BBS1 and AH3's Project Proposal


Title:
AH3's Scratch Project
Member(s):
Ava Hammel
Challenge:
My challenge is to make a working Scratch game, with pixelated graphics
Learning:
I expect to learn how to code faster and more easier.
I will be challenged when I'm working on the graphics because I'm fairly bad at pixelating graphics.
This will stretch me in many different ways because i won't have a partner to work on this any more so I won't have someone to help me when I'm stuck
Materials:
All i would need for Scratch is a computer and thats all.
Main Steps:
I don't have a link but i will just write the steps out. First I will make the starting screen and then make the start of the game, witch is the background and stuff, but that might tale a while. Third I will make and inventory to store stuff, then i will start t add some creepy effects to the game. Then forth i will make it so you can beat the game. So really its a scary mystery game.
I will use my journal and fill out the boxes on the side of my scratch game, i will write what i have done in those boxes.
Time:
I assume this will take a long time if i want to finish it maybe a year or two
Resources:
My cousin Braeden is really good at Scratch and he will probably love to help and there is a couple of games that i know will be helpful but i don't know the name Braeden does. I would love to make this game a lot like these games because i like these games but i will not copyright anything. I don't know of anyone currently working on something like this but i will probably come across someone soon.
My cousin Braeden will probably be my teacher most of the time because he has a lot of experience with scratch.
I will plan my learning experience out step by step as i go.
Difficulties:
It will be hard because I'm working alone and I'm not really used to that so it'll take some adapting.
Sharing:
I will also share what i learned from this project in the boxes aside to my scratch project and i might put a link on my scratch game to what i have learned making this project.
Evaluation:
We can look at the hearts and likes on the scratch project and the views to see if our project was made correctly. Because most of the time if a game is not finished or made incorrectly the game won't be a hit.