Tasks & Deadlines
### Task 1: Sign up to [webreg](https://www.ida.liu.se/webreg-beta/TDDD23-2020-1/The%20Course) For registration of students and later grades in the course. Allwasy use this student_id in any communication with course staff. Signing up is individual. You later submit work together (if in a team) by adding all team_members student_ids in the file-name of any submissions. ### Task 2: Game Plan. Specify the game project so that we can give you valuable feedback about scope and course criteria. Don't wait for feedback to get started, 99 out of 100 projects are fine from the start. Use [this Google Docs](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J3qmErKulYqlx54U_yTaZbDfLOFXGtiBUwwr2PEGclM/edit?usp=sharing) as a starting point for you plan. Deadline: *Sept. 9* *Deliverable:* [Upload here, (sign in using your LiU account)](https://www.ida.liu.se/~TDDD23/upload). ### Task 3: Mid-Course ScreenCast: REcord a status about your project as it is by this date. Explain and discuss your project, focusing on what actually exists. The more you have to show, the more feedback you can get. One screencast per team. Screencasts can be put on youtube or on your OneDrive student account where you share a lik with us. Screencasts cannot be emailed, nor do we download and view them. They should be provided as URLs to a location from which we can view the screecast. Deadline: *Oct. 1* *Deliverable:* Submit lik to [screencast URL here](https://forms.gle/A3WLxsz2YA7wPSHNA). ### Task 4: Final Handin: Hand in a Playable Game for mac or Windows for testing by course staff. Make sure your game is as clean and small as posiible, excluding any non-used game assets you may have downloaded. Deadline: *Oct. 25* *Deliverable:* [Upload game here, (sign in using your LiU account)](https://www.ida.liu.se/~TDDD23/upload). ### Task 5: Game Teaser: Do a 1-5 minute screencast of the game. *One screencast per team* The more compact the better, especially for LiUGA. Highlight the features of the game - showing its best sides. See old LiUGA screen-casts for inspiration. [Screen-cast recording software](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_screencasting_software). This screen cast will be used for the LiUGA competition (unless you specifically decline this) so if you are interested it is recommended that you spend some time creating a high quality screen cast: *. video quality *. game play in focus (jurys picked youtube videos that show the game) *. action as fast as possible *. the fun illustrated through real game play *Deadline:* Oct. 25 *Deliverable:* [Submit link for Game Teaser here](https://forms.gle/b8vDa2kxNEiawXas8) ### Task 6: Individual Development ScreenCast: Do a 5-15 minute development screencast. *Everyon does his or her own screecast*. In this screencast you need to speek using yourt words explaining the technical and design aspects of your game in relation to the examination critera of the course. Deadline: *Oct. 25* *Deliverable:* [Submit link to game screencast here](https://forms.gle/3TnUDd5v6BsArDUX9) ### Submission dates after the course: Late submission can be arranged by **sending an email to the examiner to schedule an appointment on December 10, and August 22 the following year**.
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Last updated: 2020-09-28