Week 6

Blog Post 3

  1. Brief Description

In the search and rescue game, the player has the option to switch between a search and rescue officer and a tacker dog.  The officer and the dog both have different sets of skills that help them to find missing people in the wild. The goal of the game is find the missing person before time runs out and they are lost forever. Each game is different, so the player must adapt to their surroundings and use the correct player to fit the situation to find the person before the time runs out.

2) Player Stories

As a player, I want to finish the level before the time limit is up.

As a player, I will use my tools in order to find the missing person.

As a player, I want to finish the level quicker to improve my high score.

Playing as a dog, I will use my nose in order to find the scent of the missing person.

Playing as a dog, I will bark if I hear something.

Playing as a dog, I will use my height in order to get into hard to reach places.

Playing as the officer, I will use my drone to survey the area.

Playing as the officer, I shall use my flashlight in order to see better.

Playing as the officer, I shall use my flashlight in order to spot the missing person.

As a player, I will be on the lookout for clues as to where the person is.

As a player, I will explore areas that might be hiding the person.

As a player, I will use my map in order to effectively navigate the area.

 

As it stands right now, there are a lot of elements that need to talk together to create a cohesive game. For the prototype, it would stand to reason that only one character will be fully functional, so that core game play elements can be used. As a team, we will have to decide if we want to create the man or dog for the prototype.

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