Q. What are some games you have played recently?
A. Missile Defender, Fortnite
Q. What are some games you might enjoy playing on MATLAB?
Q. In your opinion what is the optimal length a game should take to play?
A. 5 minutes
Q. What aspects of a game makes it enjoyable to play to you?
A. “Evolving Difficulty”
Q. When playing this game, which aspects did you enjoy?
A. Tride and true household game, everyone knows
Q. Having played this game, what changes would you recommend?
A. More options than just rock paper and scissors
Thomas will code the Rock, Paper, Scissors game, and ask for help and input from team members when needed.
Sam will code Under/Over 7s and ask for help and input from team members when needed.
Stephen and Justin will code Connect 4, asking for help and input from team members when needed.
After Sam and Thomas finish coding Rock, Paper, Scissors, and Under/Over 7s, they will help Justin and Stephen with the coding of Connect 4, as Connect 4 will take more time to code. All members will help with the coding responsibilities for Connect 4.
Team Working Agreement
The link above leads to the Lab 1 worksheet from the beginning of the semester, which includes our Team Working Agreement. No changes have been made to the agreement since then.
Users = Kids, are the intended audience for the games because they are simple and fast paced games. They also enjoy playing games such as battleship, hangman, and under/over 7.
Interviewee: Meg West
Q. What are some games you’ve played recently?
A. Solitaire, Codenames, Munchkin, and Candy Land
Q. What are some games you might enjoy playing on Matlab?
A. Candy land, Adventure Games, and Fighting Games
Q. In your opinion, what is the optimal length a game should take to play?
A. 3 minutes, short
Q. What aspects of a game make it enjoyable to play?
A. It works, and pretty pictures
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