My design cardboard arcade project is called “Wacky Tower Ball”, it has 3 layers, whichever number the ball lands on, you get the matching points. You put the ball through the hole in the top and it will go through the maze, in the second layer, you control it using the halves of paper cups and direct it into one of the holes.
First, my biggest obstacle was that our game was really big and we struggled to finish the game on time. At first our game was just a pile of frames for the whole game, we worried that there won’t be enough time to put the game together, but in the end we split up and worked separately so we finished our game just in time, since the glueing and measuring weren’t perfect so we called it WACKY tower ball to save the game.
Secondly, if I did this again, one thing I would do differently is I would measure them very precisely so every thing would fit better and think about more details, because this time we kind of rushed through our game.
Lastly, one piece of advice I would give to future students is that don’t design you game too big because, one, it’s gonna take a long time and it will be very difficult to take it home, also finding big pieces of card board is not easy.
This is my “Where I’m From” poem, hope you like it!
Hello, this is my name story, please enjoy! ;P
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