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courses:ct30a6000:project [2011/11/24 17:02]
hevi [Project work requirements]
courses:ct30a6000:project [2012/02/20 14:52] (current)
hevi [Phase2: Implementation]
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   * Functionality demonstrated.   * Functionality demonstrated.
   * You have to be able describe code fully.   * You have to be able describe code fully.
 +  * [[:​user:​hevi:​assistant|Packing ]]
  
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   * Game event calculations (actions) are not relevant in this level design (they are implementation level detail issues), but you have to design when game event is happening and what happens after the event. Game event is for example checking ending conditions in chess.   * Game event calculations (actions) are not relevant in this level design (they are implementation level detail issues), but you have to design when game event is happening and what happens after the event. Game event is for example checking ending conditions in chess.
   * Game logic are rules are handled by game server and player (client) may not be trusted.   * Game logic are rules are handled by game server and player (client) may not be trusted.
 +  * Used references have to be academic. Wikipedia is a good starting place, but very bad ending place as a reference.
  
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