Students get to the next level of Python & PixelPAD, to understand computer algorithms and computer programming basics. Students will learn about objects in code, arrays and creating interactive Non-Player-Controlled characters. Students will finish with a full Role Playing Game!
Students create a Role Playing Game, which is a simple top-down 2D game where students learn how to make a game similar to popular titles such as Zelda. Students create a world with various characters, items, and challenges.
Prerequisites: PY101, PY102
● Students have an understanding of how to manipulate variables algebraically and through computation ● Students have an understanding of commenting and how to comment on their code ● Students are able to write readable and properly structured code ● Students understand the concept of a function f(x) in the context of the PixelPAD environment such as room_set(‘room’), collision_check(self, ‘obj’) ● Students are able to create arrays in code and store or retrieve information from these arrays
● Students are able to generate a full world with their own characters, who can interact and talk with the player ● Students can implement a narrative in the world they have created ● Students can create items to provide the player with extra abilities
● Students are able to read the console, find errors and fix basic errors themselves
● Students will have the ability to make a full project in PixelPAD, with little support of an instructor
● Students will be able to read and understand other students code, even if different from theirs ● Students can reflect other students work and have other students reflect their work