- Triple A - Aleksander Nikolajev, Andrei Voitenko, Andri Jasinski
- Explorer - Aleksis Zalitis, Sander Stroom, Heiti Ehrpais
- Ultimate discgolf in hyperspace - Aadam Kaivo, Tõnis Koppel
- Protest the Heroes - Kevin Kremer, Patrick Maul
- Zombiecalypse - Sebnem Yavuz, Sarah Thomfohrde
- Generic shmup - Mattias Lass, Mikk Laur
- Shape Fight - Kristjan Vedler, Andrus Lall, Juta Mae
- Turning Tables - Musabir Musabayli, Markus Hofmann, Henri Jänes
Project plan requirements:
- your project name;
- your project description;
- at least one picture about your project;
- list of tasks for each milestones;
- list of tasks for your final product.
- describe what each team member has done for this milestone;
- describe which tasks caused you problems and why;
- describe what changes have you made compared to your original plan.
- include at least one picture showing your progress (if it is really hard to make such picture just include another screenshot of your game).
- All students have to do 2 playable game projects.
- Both projects have to be executed in groups of 2-3 people.
- Projects are not allowed to consist of extensive violence or improper material.
- Both projects together provide up to 70 points (i.e. makes up to 70% of the final grade). You only lose points by missing deadlines.
- The team has to upload a playable executable of their project before the presentation day. Otherwise each member will lose 5 points.
- All team members have to be present during project presentations, if somebody is missing he/she will lose 5 points from this project.
- All deadlines are strict. You may miss them, but you will lose 5 points for each missed deadline.
- Failing to present your project will result the overall score 0 for that project.
- Exceptions to the rules are possible via personal requests. E.g. if you really think you need 4 people on the team, come and explain why, presenting your plan and preliminary task list.
- Gives up to 20 points (20% of the final grade)
- Length 3 weeks
- 03.10: Forming the team (can be done during the lecture)
- 03.10: Design document presentations
- 10.10: Project schedule
- 24.10: Project presentations
- Gives up to 50 points (50% of the final grade)
- Length 8 weeks
- It can be an extension for project 1 but an updated design document is required.
- 24.10: Forming the team (can be done during the lecture)
- 31.10: Design document presentations
- 11.11: Project schedule
- 17.11: Milestone 1
- 01.12: Milestone 2
- 15.12: Milestone 3
- 12.01 (12:00): Project presentations
Final presentation (15 minutes per team)
- introduce your team and the roles in your team;
- describe your project idea;
- show a working demo about your project (can be a prerecorded video);
- describe how the things turned out in your opinion and what are your future plans;
- make a conclusion;