You have done the hard work over the last month creating the game, now it is this is the fun part--- the chance to show off your game to both sections of the class! To accomodate everyone's game, you will only have about five minutes to demo your game from your Project web page to the class (large groups will have some more time). During your demo, everyone in you group should have a chance to speak about some aspect of the project.
While your presentation should focus on the functionality and playbility of your game, your final project report should focus on the design and programming of your game. Your project report should include the following parts:
Remember, most large programs are never completely finished, they are just released. Fight the temptation to continue adding functionality while neglecting to document the work that you have done. Half of your evaluation on this project is the quality of the documentation and the other half is how functional your game is. Your report should document your work, while your presentation demonstrates your game's functionality.
All members of your group must be present and have an active role in the presentation. All your project materials must be able to be viewed from your Project web site by 9am Monday morning, no exceptions or excuses will be permitted so be sure to test your web page beforehand. Also, because time will be limited to approximately five minutes per group, be sure to rehearse your presentation prior to Monday morning.