|Scriptwriting for Games|
Instructor: Lindsay Grace
|Document Name||Description||Week||Printer Friendly|
|Scriptwriting and Storytelling for Games Syllabus||GAD116 Scriptwriting and Storytelling for Games Syllabus||0||HTML|
|Foundations of Interactive Storytelling||IGDA provided fundamentals of interactive storytelling (part 1)||1|
|Zombie Master Step Plan||A simplified step plan for a fictitious game.||1|
|What is a Game Writer?||IGDA provided description of the game writer's craft.||1|
|Character sketch example||Character sketch homework example: Max Payne||3|
|Game Characters||Sample Character Sketches and Concept Art||3||HTML|
|Interactive Storytelling Part 2||Excerpts from the IDGA?s overview of storytelling in games. Part two covers parrallel paths, threaded and object oriented story.||4|
|Plot Step Plan 1||Sample plot outline for Archibald. Archibald is a copy of a very famous theatrical work.||5|
|Plot Step Plan 2||Sample plot outline for Political Lovers. This plot outline is copied from a famous history.||5|
|Cinematic Vocabulary||A list of standard terms for cinematic sequences / cut scenes / obligatory cuts in games.||6|
|Final Project Guidelines||Final Project Guidelines||9|
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