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What is your opinion on Mini Game?

+6 votes
(Totally not for boosting point)
asked Oct 10, 2017 in CSC 285 (F17) by Dat Tran (100 points)

9 Answers

+1 vote
Best answer
Even though, I ask this question, I honestly think it is not worth it :)
answered Oct 11, 2017 by Dat Tran (100 points)
selected Oct 12, 2017 by Dat Tran
+4 votes
I like the idea of having a mini game (particularly one about learning Swedish), but we already have a lot to try to get done, and I'm not sure how much we'll be able to accomplish in this short timespan.
answered Oct 10, 2017 by Vecna (100 points)
+2 votes
I feel like the mini game would help make the game more Swedish based but I also think the game is entertaining on it's own without it!
answered Oct 10, 2017 by Paige Oucheriah (100 points)
+2 votes
In an ideal world, I doubt anyone would be opposed to making mini games. Since we don't really have much time left, It's simply not going to happen. The most I think we could hope for is creating code to run a mini game, and letting somebody else actually make them.
answered Oct 10, 2017 by Ryan Philp (100 points)
+2 votes
(Also not boosting points) I think that it would be more beneficial to work on the actual game and making it as good as we can.  Spacing our efforts to try to design a mini game might make us more frustrated and take away from how good our actual games, and game builders could be!
answered Oct 10, 2017 by Maxwell McComb (100 points)
+2 votes
I think the mini game would be cool, but it does't seem to work in the framework that the history students have given us. There is no good place to put a game, and no real input on what they want the game to be. It just feels out of place in our system in my opinion. If there was a game that could be implemented throughout or several games than perhaps it would be worth altering our system, but as is I don't see that happening.
answered Oct 11, 2017 by Jack Cannell (100 points)
+1 vote
If we get extra time, after completing the more important tasks, I would love to work on a mini game!
answered Oct 10, 2017 by Faisal Nawaz (100 points)
+1 vote
I like the idea of adding a game, especially because it can be done without affecting any of our current code. There can be a small group within your team that tries to work on implementing the Mini Game while the others work on the actual game and game builder.
answered Oct 10, 2017 by Samuel Totten (100 points)
0 votes
I am happy we didn't add mini games.
answered Oct 27, 2017 by Scott Daluga (100 points)