Educational Game

Educational Game

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High Concept Paper


By Charles Wafo
March 3, 2012
Lecturer: Professor Antonio Thomas

Test your Intellectual and Organization abilities
To be a better student, even when overwhelmed with lots of tasks
Task management and Life Success

A freshman student at Montgomery College that just got out of High School is trying to make it through college that seems to be a lot different from high school. Tasks management and scheduling would be his greatest challenges in order to be a successful college student.
A Strategy/ Life Simulation based game in which the main character has to maintain all his tasks at a good standing. Those tasks would be part of his social life, school life, team practices, and sleep.
A game in which the main command would the mouse that you would use to click on different options for actions that would automatically move your character to any location of the map in which unseen tasks would be performed. Schedule tool would be the only manipulation available to the player.
* Target Audience: Male and Female (16-30)
* Target Game Platform: PC
* Rating: Educational game, so NO restriction.
* Target Technology: Electronic calendars that incorporate advanced scheduling tools.

You are in current days, current location, and this your biggest step towards adulthood; you’re not that kid that used to run all the time in high school halls, you’re now a grown College Student. You have successfully graduated from high school, and then got admitted at Montgomery College in which your life would change completely; you’ll have to be a member of any of your school teams which you would gain your popularity from, then manage your social life and school activities (athletic team included) that are both required in order to be a successful student.
As a new player, you would create an avatar that would be your main character and you would choose a sport from a given list, then...

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