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“Find The Shapes”

A Device Prototype
By Saribel
a High School Student from CS4ALL NYC @ Thomas A. Edison Career & Technical High School
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About this Project:

My prototype addresses the issue of stress. Many people get stressed out by not only work/school but as well as home issues. Sometimes you wanna be able to relax and be able to have something you can use as a stress reliever. I was thinking and my first thought was a game similar to tik-tak-toe, but instead with different shapes. Essentially the game is about finding different shapes when you click on the squares and see what you get.

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The link is the direct link to the game itself if the embedded option doesn't load on the site

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Feedback from the Judges:

Henry McKelvey 👏 Adjunct Professor, Computer Science at University of the Potomac — Emoti-Con Judge
This could be a great game to relieve stress. The problem I see is that there are limitations after the person solves most of the shapes. However, it attempts to solve a problem that is pervasive in our society. Good work indeed!

Saul Einbinder 👏 Technology Lecturer at Several Universities — Emoti-Con Judge
I enjoyed the creative layout of the pitch, using a web page rather than traditional slides. It looks professional!

Great job building a working demo app, too! The game is fun to play, even just as a prototype. I'm looking forward to higher game levels that could introduce a bit of strategy.

Maggie Muldoon 👏 Senior Manager, Design League at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
I love the idea behind this game, as well as the color palette you chose! It is very soothing. The game is fun, and your website looks really professional! My only feedback would be that the frowny face page that says "You Lost!" might increase stress for some. Maybe a message like "Better Luck Next Time" or "try again!" or "You can't win em all" or even a motivational quote might help further your goal of making it a relaxing game to play.
Overall, great work, both on the design and building of your game and page! You have a future in digital product design!

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Mirna 👏 a Community Member
Good idea

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