Where’s Bird-o?

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DIGF-2014 – Atelier I: Discovery

Experiment 1
By: Arashjot Kaur, Karen Quach, Zhiwei Luan

Our multiplayer game is based on the book  “The Blue Book of Birds of America” with the book we create a bird watching type game. The game is played with 2 players with one of the players being the ‘host’; the host will start the game when both players are ready. Once the game starts the scene will load and a random bird will be given to each player, after a bird is found another bird will be given, find as many birds within the time limit, players with the most birds found wins.

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The game currently

The game has a total of 15 possible birds to find within the two minutes.

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Both players will see the same scene, the only difference between the 2 players is the bird they will find. The host will be able to start and restart the game, which is any one of the players.
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If we had more time, we would’ve like to improve the UI of the game.

To create the game we used p5.js, the photos were edited on photoshop, with filters.

Project Development

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Codes

Player 1 – http://https://editor.p5js.org/MonoRain/sketches/o2JvjuII4

Player 2 – http://https://editor.p5js.org/MonoRain/sketches/vlwJ2AgO1

Host – http://https://editor.p5js.org/MonoRain/sketches/XKFGxhdkQ

Process work 1 – http://https://editor.p5js.org/3178741/sketches/_ht1vtYQB

Process work 2 – http://https://pastebin.com/iYVvs3va

Code Demos

Process Work 1 Demo – http://https://ocadu.techsmithrelay.com/EA0e

Where’s Bird-o Demo – http://https://ocadu.techsmithrelay.com/khWr

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