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I need to do something for my Computer Literacy project. What should I do? I want to make something which is simple and fun but at the same time, it is educational.
I got it! The 55th anniversary of SPSS is coming up. I can design a simple and fun game which involves catching letters, and add in the unique qualities of us Paulinians to make it meaningful!
I will use Scratch to make my game, and connect it with Kinect by the program Kinect2Scratch so that players can play this game just by moving their hand. To play this game, users only have to face the Kinect sensor and move their right hand. There is a cursor in the game which represents the player’s hand, and as players move their right hand, the cursor on the screen will follow the movement of the hand and catch the Seven Cs on the screen.
I designed this game to align with ‘Innovation in Mind; Paulinian Spirit in Life’. My School emphasizes on originality, and I believe that this game can fit the bill as it was designed by myself and I added the qualities unique to our School, the 7Cs. The 7Cs reflect our School Theme, and by playing this game, players are able to learn what the 7Cs are, and hence realize that these are the good qualities that make us unique.
Before I started to make this game, I had never tried to use Scratch, which was a great challenge for me as I wanted to make a game which is fun and yet can align with the School Theme. So in order to overcome this challenge, I had never tried to use the program Kinect2Scratch, so I consulted my teachers about my difficulties in using this program, and they gave me lots of useful advice
I made this game through trial and error because I needed to design a game on my own. I had to edit my game over and over and make my utmost effort in doing so. Luckily, in the end, I was able to realize my dream and I hope that this game can let all who play understand our School Theme better.
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