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“Color Guesser: Red Green Blue”

A Game Design Project
By Bikram Singh
a High School Student from Thomas A. Edison Career & Technical High School
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About this Project:

The issue my project addresses is the lack of entertainment for the people behind the screen. Students get overwhelmed with the amount of work they get from school and home. We need time to just release this stress but be too busy working on the next project or be mindlessly scrolling behind a screen. So this game design was created for students to take some time off of reality and have some time to themselves. In this project students are to guess what the computer will pick out of red, green and blue. I came up with this idea because I found these colors to be the basis of a computer. So using my knowledge of coding and previous projects, I combined the idea and created a timeless game that entertains everybody.

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Alexa Curtis 👏 Executive Director, Experience Design at Verizon — Emoti-Con Judge
Wow, I want to play this today! The simplicity of the idea is very appealing as an escape from busy life. If you wish to pursue this idea further, I'd encourage you to explore ways to adapt the design to make it something that could also be used by people with color perception challenges. This could be adjusting the color values or adding a word or number as part of the options displayed. You could even expand to "Advanced mode" where user get to choose from more colors or even get into Hexadecimal color values. It's and interesting area to explore the way we can talk (and play) with computers as a way to give people a mental break.

Peter Smith 👏 Senior Engineer at Studio MDHR — Emoti-Con Judge
Hi Bikram! I love where you're going with this, and I think there could be something really relaxing about this simple game. I also like how you built it around the three basic colors used in computer graphics--neat touch. It feels to me like the game might need one little twist to keep it from getting old, since right now it's more or less just flipping a coin to see if you win. (Actually, the odds are a little worse than flipping a coin, since you only have a one in three chance!) Maybe the computer uses patterns that you can start to predict? Keep thinking on it, I'd love to see where you can take the idea!

Also, have you built the game, or is it just a mockup so far? Because if not, if you have any programming experience, or if you're just interested in learning to program, this would be a great project to start with!

Olivia Ing 👏 Founder, CEO at Playspaces — Emoti-Con Judge
The concept is quite interesting in that the computer becomes a playmate for the user. This makes me think about opportunities to add some personality to the "computer" to make it more challenging and fresh for the users to come back next time. For example, maybe the "computer" is feeling anxious and would give the user some clues to guess what color it would pick based on that. Your presentation is very well put together and does an excellent job in explaining the problem you are trying to solve and the solution. Overall, well done!!! Keep it up!

Feedback from the Community:

👏 a High School Student
Very creative and easy to use.
👏 a High School Student
I like how it reduces my stress
Dustin 👏 a High School Student from NYC
I love this project, it simple, fun, and the ideal game for a project

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