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Geometry project

I have an end of the year project for my Geometry class, one of the choices was to make a game, so I'm going to try and make a game on game salad for the project, but I can't think of a game that incorporates learning geometry while being fun. Does anyone have any ideas?

Having trouble with your game? Sounds like a personal problem.

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  • RPRP Posts: 1,990Member
    Are you a student or a teacher?
    Is this an assignment or something you are making for the class as a learning aid?

    First thing. I think of is a game involving geometric shapes and the associated math that would comprise them. More of a match the math to the shape game.
  • ADSentertainmentADSentertainment Posts: 397Member
    RP said:

    Are you a student or a teacher?
    Is this an assignment or something you are making for the class as a learning aid?

    First thing. I think of is a game involving geometric shapes and the associated math that would comprise them. More of a match the math to the shape game.

    I'm a student. All of the students have a project to do, I'm choosing to make a game

    Having trouble with your game? Sounds like a personal problem.

  • RThurmanRThurman Posts: 2,824Member, Sous Chef, PRO
    Perhaps you can get some inspiration from:
    http://vihart.com/doodling/
  • kolabokolabo Posts: 240Member
    edited May 2013
    Following RP's lead, I'd ask, for what age group do you want to make the game?

    If you build it for preschool kids you could make simple but nice, drag and drop a shape into the correct hole type puzzle. A correct match could trigger sounds, animations and so on.

    As part of your project you could test it with preschool children, videotape and present that to your teacher.

    Your fun would be making the game.
  • FajlajpFajlajp Posts: 666Member
    How much time do you have?
  • ADSentertainmentADSentertainment Posts: 397Member
    kolabo said:

    Following RP's lead, I'd ask, for what age group do you want to make the game?

    If you build it for preschool kids you could make simple but nice, drag and drop a shape into the correct hole type puzzle. A correct match could trigger sounds, animations and so on.

    As part of your project you could test it with preschool children, videotape and present that to your teacher.

    Your fun would be making the game.

    This is 10th grade .-.

    Having trouble with your game? Sounds like a personal problem.

  • ADSentertainmentADSentertainment Posts: 397Member
    Fajlajp said:

    How much time do you have?

    About a week. So I'm gonna focus on the basics of it.

    Having trouble with your game? Sounds like a personal problem.

  • tatiangtatiang Posts: 11,796Member, Sous Chef, PRO, Senior Sous-Chef
    @RThurman love Vi Hart! :)

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  • kietzkietz Posts: 49Member
    Why dont you make a game similar to world of goo? You can incorporate more geometry elements into it and make it your own :-?
  • RThurmanRThurman Posts: 2,824Member, Sous Chef, PRO
    @tatiang -- Love her too! And she never had a math class in college. Maybe we should contact her and see if she would like to design/storyboard a 'I hate math class' game and we can develop it.

    @ADSentertainment -- you should really watch some of her videos to get some inspiration.
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