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MediaLab

3D Game Design

The wonderful world of 3D Game Design is now, more than ever, open for anyone and everyone to explore!

Each student will get to construct an interactive 3D video game set in a world of their creation, complete with challenges and puzzles. The game design can be as simple or challenging as the student likes. After creating their game, the students will take part in Arcade Mode where they’ll get to share and play each other’s games.

During the game design process, students will explore and discover challenges and puzzles. They will be encouraged to take risks and assess and modify their game designs as they progress through the programme.

MediaLab

3D Game Design

The wonderful world of 3D Game Design is now, more than ever, open for anyone and everyone to explore!

Each student will get to construct an interactive 3D video game set in a world of their creation, complete with challenges and puzzles. The game design can be as simple or challenging as the student likes. After creating their game, the students will take part in Arcade Mode where they’ll get to share and play each other’s games.

During the game design process, students will explore and discover challenges and puzzles. They will be encouraged to take risks and assess and modify their game designs as they progress through the programme.

  • Duration:2 hrs
  • Years:4+, 5+, 6+, 7+

COVID-19 Guidelines

School visits to Capital E can occur in all traffic light settings in the Covid Protection Framework. Masks must be worn by Year 4+ students and adults throughout the visit. Further COVID-19 safety measures will be communicated at the time of booking.

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My visit to Capital E was really great. I have many friends who produce music on their computers but I’ve never tried to do so myself. After this session however, I am definitely going to download Sony’s Acid when I get home. Overall great experience and a great teacher.

Student

Really good setup - it is such an engaging environment.

Teacher, Wellington

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7 Replies to “3D Game Design”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know how to get the game

    1. Loren Kennedy says:

      Hi there,

      Here is a link to how to open your game in Atmosphir. The instructions are at the bottom of the page.

      Instructions

  2. Anonymous says:

    How do you put game on

    1. Loren Kennedy says:

      Hi there,

      Here is a link to how to open your game in Atmosphir. The instructions are at the bottom of the page.

      Instructions

    2. Loren Kennedy says:

      Hi there,

      Here is a link to how to open your game in Atmosphir. The instructions are at the bottom of the page.

      Instructions

  3. Archie says:

    How do I get my game I created when I was in your studio?
    Thanks Archie

    1. Kit Benham says:

      Kia ora Archie, thanks for getting in touch. To download the saved game you created during your time with us, visit our downloads page and click through to find your folder: MediaLab and OnTV –> 2021 –> 05-May –> 20210519-Medbury-Prep-School –> MediaLab

      Your game will be in the folder for the group you attended as part of (“Odds” or “Evens”)

      Please note that once you have downloaded your game draft, you will need to install a copy of Atmosphir (Windows or Mac only) and copy your downloaded file to the correct folder in order to play or keep building it. Link to download an Atmosphir installer and instructions about where to copy your game draft to can be found on our 3D Game Design page

      Good luck and happy game designing!

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