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“Bird jump”

A Game Design Project from the G4C Student Challenge
By Alondra, Josiah, Yaseen, and Vivian
Middle School Students from JHS 189Q
Screen Shot 2021 05 19 at 12 12 36 PM

About this Project:

The bird is a baby bird that fell out of its nest so it is going to a home so it can survive a storm that is coming and it cant fly so it has to do parkour. There are many predator's , that are trying to eat him.He finds a way to get to his mom but there are secret ways to get through.
He cant fly...

Music: Energy by Benjamin Tissot

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Feedback from the Judges:

Anderson Emerole 👏 Learning Design Manager at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
This is a really fun game! It's very engaging and because of the challenge, the specific game mechanics, the goal and all the other elements, this game can draw you in for a while! I love the use of parkour in the game!

Saul Einbinder 👏 Technology Lecturer at Several Universities — Emoti-Con Judge
It's tough being the prey, yet your engaging game made me want to play over and over! It can be hard to find the right balance between being challenging enough and yet able to make progress. You designed that well, especially with increasing difficulty as the player progresses. Your music choice is engaging, too!

Michael Carroll 👏 Head of Product at Baton Technologies — Emoti-Con Judge
This was a really fun game, I played for quite a bit. I enjoyed getting to harder and harder levels. I would have loved to hear more on your design decisions. Designing a game is hard, so would love to hear about what you chose in include that was hard to pull off or exclude that was difficult to cut. Good work, I bookmarked the game!

Feedback from the Community:

👏 a Middle School Student from im from new york
I think this is a nice game.
👏 a Middle School Student from new york
I think this is a nice game.
👏 a High School Student from Mouse Design League
This is a really fun game! I recommend relating different game levels to the context of the game.
Matthew (MC Studios) 👏 a Middle School Student from Flushing, NY
I love the game. You have to devise strategies in order to get pass obstacles. I also like how you added a secret level when you reached the home. I can't wait to see more developments of this game. Nice job!