A Game Design Project from the G4C Student Challenge
By Mili and Sadikur
High School Students from CS4ALL NYC
About this Project:
This game is about diversity, and it demonstrates how diversity strengthens us. In this game, you get to choose from a variety of characters, each with their own set of powers, to save us from anime attacks.
Feedback from the Judges:
Nelson Launer 👏 Consultant at Deloitte Consulting LLP — Emoti-Con Judge
Really cool idea! I like the fact that you incorporated classic Role Playing Game class-building into a tool that supports such a positive message. This is such an interesting take on demonstrating the power of diversity, and I love your overall art style and approach to the game. I also think the video explanation is well thought out and does a good job at explaining the mechanics of the game. Keep up the good work!
Collin Millington 👏 CSO/Business Development at Modern Fanatic — Emoti-Con Judge
I love your message of diversity and inclusion and think you are on the right path forward for doing something amazing here. I might even take the diversity one step further and revise the gender question with many potential options rather than just male or female. Such a great message keep up the good work.
Mai Fujiwara 👏 Owner, Executive Producer at Wildcat NYC — Emoti-Con Judge
This is a creative and entertaining way to communicate an important and timely message – that our differences make us stronger!
I would love to see more gender identity options to make the game more inclusive and further drive home your message that diversity is a strength.
Your graphics are dynamic and engaging, and your video is very thorough and informative. Great work!
Feedback from the Community:
Samiya 👏 a High School Student from Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Education High School
I really liked the design of your game. I also liked the clear explanation of how to play in the video.
Kristal 👏 a High School Student from Thomas. A Edison High School
I thought your project was very good and detailed. I liked your design and how you gave a good explanation of how the game works. I also thought your slideshow was good and organized.
Kamaljit 👏 a High School Student from Thomas A. Edison Highschool
I really liked your background. I liked how your video was explained well.