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β€œDecision Making”

A Game Design Project from the G4C Student Challenge
By Kamaljit
a High School Student from Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
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About this Project:

It works by pressing the button and it would take you another set of questions and tell the results at the end.

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Fun
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Great Design
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Makes Me Think

Feedback from the Judges:

Vincent DiBartolo πŸ‘ Technology Director at Self-Employed — Emoti-Con Judge
This game is a lot of fun to play and has a great design. I really love the rollover effect on the buttons and how this is offset by the choice of background design.

The subject matter is very relevant and engaging. I liked how small decisions build up to a larger effect. In that sense it was deceptively realistic - you don't always know the outcome of your decisions until the end.

A few small improvements on the gameplay might have a huge impact on making it feel even more fun. An image or graphic of a person would help contextualize and humanize the game. Providing more guidance on each of the options might also help. For instance, instead of "Don't vape" it could read something like: "You remember reading that vaping has been linked to permanent lung damage and even death - say no." This is an easy way to introduce even more information in a non-threatening way.

I really liked how many different choices there were. I know it can be difficult to build out games like this and you did a great job making it all work correctly. Lastly, the choice to set this game at a party really made it feel relevant to a lot of teens who can benefit the most from its message. Great work.

Mickell Ford πŸ‘ Aluminati Member at The Emoti-Con Steering Committee — Emoti-Con Judge
This game does a good job of really making you consider your choices, and that made me want to go back and replay the game several times in order to see what other possibilities were available. Perhaps it would helpful in another iteration to consider adding some more images or audio to make the game feel more immersive, to really set the scene for the events that are taking place.

I had a great time running back and replaying. Good job!

Feedback from the Community:

Ian πŸ‘ a High School Student
Fun to play!
Ian πŸ‘ a High School Student
I like it is a fun brain game that you can play to pass time.
Raima πŸ‘ a High School Student from taehs
Very interesting game! Very fun to play!
Delecia πŸ‘ a High School Student
I really think this game would be played by a lot of people because it is fun
Samiya πŸ‘ a High School Student from Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Education High School
I think your game is very educational and engaging.
Kristal πŸ‘ a High School Student from Thomas. A Edison High School
This game is educational and hopefully something that will teach kids. It was also fun to play.
Michella πŸ‘ a High School Student
I liked that this game really has you thinking deeply about what may or may not happen. This would be a good game to play with a group of friends or by yourself. Nice work with this.