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iRubric: Game Programming Assessment rubric

iRubric: Game Programming Assessment rubric

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Game Programming Assessment built by ECTC_CIS

Rubric Code: R26639
This assessment is used to grade students on their ability to properly perform the various tasks involved in game programming.
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Categories: Subjects: Computers  
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Powered by iRubric Game Programming
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Create a Game Proposal Document
10 pts
Poor

No official document provided.
Fair

Document missing several of the required sections (High Concept, Gameplay , Features, Target Market, Target Hardware Platform, Estimated Schedule and Budget, Competitive Analysis, The Team, Risk Analysis, and Summary) or document required minimal effort.
Good

Complete and detailed document is provided
Devlop a game.
10 pts Create a game using C/C++, Visual Basic or other appropriate language.
Poor

No attempt is made to develop game in a programming language.
Fair

Small parts of the game are developed and provided. Can include functions, classes, sub programs, but not a full game.
Good

Code is provided for a complete game. Not necessary to have code compile at this point. A visual or hand trace of the code should look correct.
Test and Debug code
10 pts Game is tested and code is debugged.
Poor

No code or Code will not compile – syntax errors.
Fair

Code will compile but has issues at run time – logic errors.
Good

Code compiles and runs as expected.
Package a game for distribution
10 pts
Poor

No code or Only source code.
Fair

Single executable.
Good

Installable package in zip, exe or web deployable format.



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