DBIS GAME DESIGN CHALLENGE 2020

Students are required to make an educational game targeted to grades 5-12.

The game needs to help teach/learn/practice/revise an education topic from grades 5-12.

Students can participate in teams (maximum 4) or as individuals.

Each game needs to meet one condition at least. The conditions are given below.

Allowed tools and softwares for game development:

  • Scratch

  • Unity

  • Unreal Engine

  • Any Text-Based Code Editor

Any additional software if used must be approved beforehand by contacting your respective house captain.

The game can be submitted in any one of these formats:

  • Mobile App

  • Desktop App

  • Web App (.html file)

  • Scratch Game

Any additional format must be approved before hand by contacting your respective house captain.

The game must be shared as a google drive link or a web link.

SUBMISSION WILL BE ENABLED SOON

THE DEADLINE FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS IS ON THE 26TH OF SEPTEMEBER 2020 12PM

Participants will have to present their game in front of jury on the 26th of September.

 

The link to the meeting will be shared shortly on this page itself. 

YOUR GAME MAY BE DISQUALIFIED IF:

  • It is not an original piece of work by the participant.

  • It uses any software that is not approved by the organising committee of DGDC 2020.

  • It fails to be an educational game catering to grades 5-12.

  • Doesn't meet any one condition given.

  • Includes any inappropriate content.

This DBIS inter-house event is hosted in collaboration with CrackBox. All games will be uploaded to the CrackBox website. The top games will be showcased on the main page of the website.

Click the button below to download the participation details pdf which includes the judging criteria, condition list and more.

REFERENCES

For the best games, we recommend using Unity as a game development platform

Download Unity by clicking below:

To get started with Unity we recommend this course by Brackeys:

Other Game Development Tools and Code Editors:

A Game Development Software

A Game Development Software

A Text-Based Code Editor

A Text-Based Code Editor

Other references:

Phet is a library of various simulations. You can use the website for inspiration. Do not copy or steal ideas from there!

Physics.bu.edu is a collection of many HTML based physics simulations, you can gain inspiration from there.

HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?

YOU CAN GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR HOUSE CAPTAINS OR YOU CAN CONTACT US: