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Sunday, May 27 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Intro to Game Design Theory (So You Want To Make Games?) with Jake Heagy FULL

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Game design is the art of conceptualizing goals, rules, challenges, and rewards to define board games, card games, role-playing games, video games… you name it. With the rising popularity of board games and video games, the need for strong design is becoming ever more essential. In this workshop, students will learn to theorize and analyze popular video games and attempt to convert those games into paper and pencil games. As a class, we will decide on a popular video game and discuss the elements of that game (the rules, characters, challenges,rewards, etc.) that make it unique. From there we will interpret the elements and figure out ways that we can adapt them into a board or card game format. (Ages 10 & up)

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Jessica Paul

Director of Education and Outreach, Museum of Science Fiction
Jessica is an English/Language Arts special education teacher in Lafayette, Louisiana. Jessica strongly believes in teaching the whole child and is passionate about differentiation in education. As an educator and life long lover of all things Sci-Fi, she is thrilled to be able to... Read More →

Sunday May 27, 2018 11:30am - 12:30pm EDT
Exhibit Hall - Booth C18 (Art Way Alliance)
  Education, Gaming