Who does not know it?! You visit a lecture, seminar, or work on a project and hear about an interesting programming language. During the class, you are motivated, and ideas for cool programming projects are coming to your head. However, after a day of lectures, housekeeping, and post processing lectures, you have no motivation for a programming project. Instead, you are more motivated to play a video game with your friends and have some fun free time moments. In this year’s SEP, we from the ISF want to combine the joy of playing a video with learning skills in a programming language. In this SEP project, you will design and implement a video game to learn easily learn the basics of a programming language.
6 to 8 participants per group
This year's SEP project aims to develop a video game to learn programming language basics. The player will learn the programming language by solving puzzles and completing quests using his programming skills. The concrete scenario, game style, and learnable programming language will be decided by the participants. For the game development, the java-based framework libGDX or the C# based framework Unity will be used.
Each team will develop its own programming videogame using either libGDX or Unity. Players will achieve points and progress in the game by solving puzzles or completing a quest.
Knowledge in working with Java or C# (Can be learned during the SEP)
Knowledge in working with libGDX or Unity (Can be learned during the SEP)
Creativity and willingness to learn new technologies