Instructor: Lindsay Grace
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|Prototyping Book Excerpt||3 pages from a book that outlines digital and paper prototyping tips||6|
|Game Pitch Questions||A collection of questions to ask when reviewing a game pitch, from the creator of Deus Ex||5|
|Game Design Document Review Sheet||A detailed checklist for reviewing a GDD||5||HTML|
|IMS445 Game Design - Fall 2012 Syllabus||Game design course requirements, schedule, grading and additional information||0|
|Portfolio Assignment Resource||Game portfolio resources. This document provides some background for your game portfolio assignment, Please review this. The assignment is due September 9th.||2||HTML|
|Technical Design and Media Design||Information about the TDD and MDD||7|
|Course Reading Packet||Required reading for the course. Please note that this document will be updated throughout the semester.||1||HTML|
|Csikszentmihalyi Flow||Resoruces I provided my IMS212 students about Flow. A quick video and a link to Flow, by Jenova Chen.||2||HTML|
|Preparing Your Pitch||Review these resources to help with your pitch preperation||5||HTML|
|Paper Prototyping Overview||This is the paper prototyping overview I provide IMS212 Students. You may find it useful.||6||HTML|
|Game Design Document Rubric||This should help you understand how your mini GDD will be evaluated||5|
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