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Gam 224 - Game Design for Non-Majors

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Reaction Papers GAM 224 Prof Robin Burke Fall 2007 Due More or less weekly starting 9 24 Grade value 15 What is it Each student will write six one page 2 3 paragraph papers describing their interaction with and impressions of a particular game title drawn from the game syllabus Due dates 9 24 10 8 10 22 10 29 11 5 11 12 What to do 1 Choose a game to play You can do the games in any order It does not matter if you have played the game before but do not rely on your memory 2 Play the game for at least an hour 3 Write a one page reaction paper describing your interaction and your impressions of the game 4 Turn in the paper via Course On Line by midnight The reaction paper should only briefly describe the premise and scenario of the game It should Log your time spent playing the game Describe your experience of playing the game o Level of difficulty o Attractive interesting or annoying distracting aspects Focus on one or two aspects of the game in two or three paragraphs See example on following page You will only get full credit for your reaction paper if you relate your main points to the game analysis schemas from the book If you used any aids such as FAQ files or walkthoughs these should be noted Rubric 10 points Writing 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt Description 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt Analysis 1 pt 2 pt 3 4 pt Games a Is poorly written and proofread with many errors in spelling punctuation grammar syntax etc Is well written and proofread with few errors in spelling punctuation grammar syntax etc Is very well written and proofread with few to no errors in spelling punctuation grammar syntax etc Summarizes game premise without describing particular instance of use Describe the interaction with the game Describes the interaction with the game clearly Does not make any analytic claims or does so without adequate support Briefly makes and supports one or two points regarding the gameplay experience Briefly makes and supports one or two points regarding the gameplay experience and relates them



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