Each group should create a website for their project. On the syllabus, we said
Each team is expected to maintain a webpage that will be linked to from this site. This page will, in turn, have a list of group members, the game design idea, all the game turn-ins, the final game, all game prototypes, and the final video. The content should be neatly and concisely laid out on this page. All game projects are expected to be targeted to Unity’s web plugin, so all of the game milestones will be playable on your web page, and available to the your classmates and anyone on the internet who stumbles on your page.
This should manifest itself in a straightforward structure:
- The main page should have the group information, members, short description of the game (eventually), and links to subpages
- The subpages would include:
- A pitch page. This will contain a longer version of the content you will present rapidly in class. A short description of the game idea, the core mechanics and the initial plan for the 6 prototypes. Any additional information you have about your design, including scanned in sketches or other brainstorming content, can be put here. Whatever you think will help convey the ideas.
- One page per prototype (6 pages).
- One page per weekly turning (8 pages).
- One page for the alpha build.
- One page for the play-testing build.
- One page for the final build, with the final project turn-in materials (video, slides, etc.)