A Game Design Project from the G4C Student Challenge
By Jakhongir (Jack), Jahongir, and Holger
Middle School Students from Mouse @ Stephen A Halsey JHS 157 Q
About this Project:
In order to build a Better World, we find some useful questions that we will be needing in the programming, For Example (What does accommodate mean? (of physical space, especially a building) provide lodging or sufficient space for. What does diversity mean? the practice or quality of including or involving people from a range of different social and ethnic backgrounds and of different genders, sexual orientations, etc.3 What type of code can we use to build a better world in Minecraft4 What does inclusive mean.? including or covering all the services, facilities, or items normally expected or required."The price is inclusive, with few incidentals"5 Why is it important to Build A better World? It is important to build a better Minecraft world because if you build a good Minecraft world people are gonna be inspired and going to wanna play Minecraft. 6 Why is it important to create a world that requires unique skills? So the game is not boring and easy.7 Why is the world that your building has to be unique.? The world your building has to be unique so that other players can be interested.
The answers that we wrote in question will help us to understand much better and make research easier for us and some answers can even help us do the programming in Building A better world of Minecraft.
In programming we also find some questions that will be useful for and will help us to create mechanics and codes for coding Better World.
Feedback from the Judges:
Danny Jimenez 👏 Information Assistant at New York Public Library — Emoti-Con Judge
As an avid Minecraft player myself, I think the the build was very diverse and catered to many needs that a thriving community would need. I enjoyed that there were different spaces for different things and that everything wasn't cluttered together. For the boss and enemies room, have you thought about housing the Ender Dragon, Endermen, and Ghasts there as well? Good job!
Holly Tienken 👏 Assistant Professor, Communication Design at Kutztown University — Emoti-Con Judge
I have not played minecraft but watching the videos you put together and explaining your decisions for the communities you created was impressive. When you were showing the part about the hospital and you had commented everyone was welcome that made me smile. The inequities in our health care system in the United States really came to light during the pandemic and is something that urgently needs attention. It is clear you are passionate about this project!
Iltimas Doha 👏 Aluminati at The Emoti-Con Steering Committee — Emoti-Con Judge
This was a really amazing urban design of a small town. I like how you and your team included different aspects of town/city amenities and life and translated them that makes sense in the world of Minecraft. I also like how you gave dialogue to NPCs to give an idea about the culture of the town.
Feedback from the Community:
👏 a Middle School Student
Great build with well thought out section.
valentina 👏 a Middle School Student
i like how creative the build was
Vivian 👏 a Middle School Student from Queens
I really like how in depth and detailed your game was.
Sophia 👏 a Middle School Student from NYC
I love the creativity incorporated and all the different designs.