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V2. Design the mechanics, rules, structure and narrative of video games following the criteria of gameplay and balance to provide the best possible gaming experience.
V3. Identify the type of player and design the game experience according to its psychological characteristics.
V5. Write the specifications of a game and communicate them effectively to the team of artists and developers and other members involved in the creation and development of the game.
V6. Develop video games in high-level programming languages in graphics engines based on specifications.
V8. Visually represent concepts and / or data for the ideation and creation of video games.
V9. Design and develop 2D animation short films.
V10. Design and develop modeling of 3D scenes and characters.
V11. Design and develop 3D animation applying the techniques and processes that lead to the production of linear animation video games and short films.
T1_That students know a third language, which will be preferably English, with an adequate level of oral and written form, according to the needs of the graduates in each degree
T2_That students have the ability to work as members of an interdisciplinary team either as one more member, or performing management tasks in order to contribute to developing projects with pragmatism and a sense of responsibility, making commitments taking into account the available resources
In this subject, students must develop a project integrating the knowledge achieved so far. The project is done in teams of about four people. The project of creating a video game must consist of game design, 3D art, development in an engine like Unity and its management following video game production methodologies.
This subject has methodological and digital resources to make possible its continuity in non-contact mode in the case of being necessary for reasons related to the Covid-19. In this way, the achievement of the same knowledge and skills that are specified in this teaching plan will be ensured.
The Tecnocampus will make available to teachers and students the digital tools needed to carry out the course, as well as guides and recommendations that facilitate adaptation to the non-contact mode.
At the end of the course students must be able to:
E2.1. Design mechanics and rules of the game that as a whole is called gameplay.
E2.2. Design levels including strategies, definition of puzzles or the mission to complete, so that the objectives set by the script are achieved.
E2.3. Design the narrative of a video game and specify the interactive script.
E2.4. Balance a game or game level considering all available parameters and variables and thus offer a satisfactory user experience at the required difficulty level of the level, part or totality of the game.
E2.5. Design sound and music for the game.
E3.3. Design the game taking into account the psychological characteristics of the user.
E3.4. Design the user interface according to the criteria of usability and user experience.
E5.1. Write and maintain the set of documents that is known in its entirety as a "Game design document (GDD)".
E5.2. Communicate effectively to the team of artists and developers and other members the specifications of the project, from the GDD.
E6.1 Design the software architecture of a video game according to specifications.
E6.5 Incorporate laws of physics and intelligent behavior effectively through specific libraries.
E6.6 Develop 2D and 3D video games (or parts thereof) in high-level languages on platforms and engines intended for this purpose. E8.1 To devise the graphic aspect of a video game, according to the type of user, type of game and its cultural and historical context.
E8.2 Represent graphically the elements of a video game: scenes, characters, levels, etc.
E9.4 Design a 2D animation applying the appropriate fundamentals and strategies to the video game.
E9.5 Develop a 2D animation.
E10.2. Design the 3D modeling of the video game according to the specifications.
E10.3. Implement 3D modeling of video game elements, characters and scenes.
E10.4. Illuminate and text 3D models of the elements of a video game.
E11.2 Design the 3D animation of characters and objects in the video game.
E11.3. Animate 3D characters and objects in a realistic and / or coherent way with the designed virtual world.
E14.1. Apply project management methodologies to achieve the objectives in the time provided.
E14.2. Exercise leadership skills and team management.
E14.3. Contribute to generating a culture of learning, error management, feedback and criticism management.
E15.5. Develop quality and testing strategy, correct and adjust software.
The subject uses the following work methodologies:
Small group laboratory, Video capsules (if applicable).
0. Ideation and creation of equipment for the design and production of a video game
In order to gather evidence of the achievement of the expected learning outcomes, the following evaluative activities will be carried out (related to all the common competences):
A1. Laboratory practice: Delivery Game Proposal - Prototype (Evidence of learning outcome E2.1, E2.3, E2.4, E3.3, E5.2, E6.1, E6.5, E6.6, E8.1. 14.1, E14.2, E14.3, E15.5, EXNUMX)
A2. Laboratory practice: Alpha delivery (Evidence of learning outcome E2.1, E2.2, E2.3, E2.4, E2.5, E3.3, E3.4, E5.2, E6.1, E6.5 .6.6, E8.1, E8.2, E9.4, E9.5, E10.2, E10.3, E10.4, E11.2, E11.3, E14.1, E14.2, E14.3 , E15.5, EXNUMX)
A3. Laboratory practice: Beta delivery (Evidence of learning outcome E2.1, E2.2, E2.4, E2.5, E3.3, E3.4, E5.2, E6.1, E6.5, E6.6 .8.1, E8.2, E9.4, E9.5, E10.2, E10.3, E10.4, E11.2, E11.3, E14.1, E14.2, E14.3, E15.5 , EXNUMX)
A4. Laboratory Practice: Gold Delivery - GDD Evidence of Learning Outcome E2.4, E2.5, E3.4, E5.2, E6.1, E6.5, E6.6 ,, E8.2, E9.4. 9.5, E10.2, E10.3, E10.4, E11.2, E11.3, E14.1, E14.2, E14.3, E15.5, EXNUMX)
General criteria of the activities:
The grade of each student will be calculated following the following percentages:
A1. Laboratory Practice: Game Proposal Delivery - Art Bible - Prototype 15% (5% - 5% - 5%)
A2. Laboratory practice: Alpha delivery 16,6%
A3. Laboratory practice: Beta delivery 16,6%
A4. Laboratory practice: Gold delivery - GDD 26,6% (16,6% - 10%)
Final grade = A1 0,15 + A2 0,166 + A3 0,166 + A4 0,266 + Monitoring teamwork 0,15 + Peer review 0,1