Game Design Project 1:
A simple first project
Sept 28th at 11:59pm (second project will likely be assigned in class
In This project you will build your first HTML5 project. You will create
sprite/image. Have it respond to the keyboard (or mouse if you are
feeling adventurous) so that it moves around. There should be another
object on the screen which is now moving. When your moving object
collides with the non-moving object, the non-moving one should
assigning a fairly painless first project. As a relaxation of the
syllabus rules, You may use as much code from the sample programs I've
given you so long as they are all referenced.
For those of you who wanted my code that I developed with you in the
second week here it is.
You will want either png or gif images with transparent backgrounds for
your moving and non-moving objects. You will need to make sure your
moving object doesn't leave the canvas window. You'll also need to check
on the overlap of the moving and non-moving objects.
I'm relaxing the maximum 20% "reused" code limit in one case for this
lab. You may use as much code from the examples as you like so long as
you reference all of it that you borrow.
Additional Requirements and Submission:
- Make sure to comment your program including documentation on all
functions, methods and classes (if used).
- Make sure that you have no more than 5 lines of code at the top
level (outside of functions or class methods other than global
- Include a readme.txt in the folder you submit the readme needs to
- your name
- how do I run your program
- a brief description of how your program works (how do I run it)
- references for any code you reused from elsewhere
- a list of any functionality that you didn't complete.
- Submit this project via blackboard by zipping up the entire
project folder including all of the resources (the whole folder for
your project archived into a single file (no rar files).
Make sure your name is part of the filename and be sure to include
it in the comments in the program file as well.