CSCI 1106 Introduction to Game Architecture

Anima2ons who move and recite based on a screenplay a

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Unformatted text preview: World's a Stage" You Like It - As William Shakespeare •  A theatrical play consists of: –  A stage, where the ac2on takes place –  Actors, who move and recite based on a script –  A script, which specifies the ac2on and dialogue •  A movie consists of: –  A screen, where the ac2on takes place –  Actors and Anima2ons, who move and recite based on a screenplay –  A screenplay, which specifies the ac2on and dialogue Components of a Game •  Stage: Displays (renders) the game •  Sprites: –  Graphical objects that interact on the stage –  Represent various ar2facts in the game •  Characters •  Projec2les •  Power- ups, obstacles, etc •  Game Code: –  Governs inte...
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