Evil Squash Demonstration
Today at 5:00 it was my turn to do my Evil Squash Presentation and get graded on my ACW 2 for programming which counts towards my module grade. This consisted of showing Rob Miles making sure my game worked according to a test sequence we had been given and conformed to the specification, then looking at my enhancements and finally looking at my evidence of testing and user documentation (effectively a manual).
Fortunately, my game worked correctly on the test sequence and had all aspects that we had to have from the specification, this was necessary for the first 40% of the grade. We could gain a maximum of an additional 20% for enhancements, but I had added more than enough enhancements to get that including;
- AI Players (worth 15%)
- Sound Effects (worth 5%)
- Windows Phone 7 Silverlight Graphical User Interface (GUI) (most people did console based games) (worth 15%)
- “Photocounters” (allowing the user to take a picture of themselves to be used as their counter on the board) (worth 5%)
The user documentation and test report were worth 10% of the total grade each and rob seemed happy with both, except that my test report wasn’t quite detailed enough, this is where I lost 4% of the total grade.
So overall I got 96% for ACW 2 for programming! Cant ask for much more than that 😀 Good times.