Splash :: Miss Tech 2016

  1. SPLASH will be held on “2016/12/16”.
  2. Water has been used since antiquity as a symbol by which to express devotion and purity.
  3. We aim to highlight the relationship between the present condition of river and our life.
  4. Rivers have been used as a source of water, for obtaining food, for transport, as a defensive measure, as a source of hydropower to drive machinery, for bathing, and as a means of disposing of waste.
  5. Water is an essential element on which all life depends but now it has become global garbage can.
  6. Thousand of people die each day from diseases they catch by drinking and washing with unsafe Water.
  7. It should be a way of life to keep the water clean. To keep every stream, culvert and rivulet, free from pollution.
  8. We look forward creating a PC game-effort for cleaning the river water.

Task:

Make an interactive game and presentation.

Game Specifications:

  1. Game must be based on a storyline.
  2. Each team is allowed to have only one game.
  3. It should be a single player game.
  4. There must be at least 3 backgrounds (i.e. Starting, Middle-n and Ending).
  5. It should at least contain 3 sprites, one of which should be water lady.
  6. Game should at least contain 3 levels.
  7. Instructions for how to play the game should be clear.
  8. Presentation slide must contain: Introduction, Storyline, problem faced during game development and chart showing time taken and work division between team members for completion of particular tasks.

General Rules:

  1. Each team must have a team name.
  2. Any team that is not ready on the time will be eliminated.
  3. Single participant cannot be in multiple number of teams.
  4. All the members of the team must be present in the event.
  5. Slides for presentation should be handled by participant themselves.
  6. Game should not encourage violence, child abuse and sexual harassment.
  7. The organizers reserve the right to change any or all of the above rules as they seem fit. Change in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered participants.
  8. Judges decision shall be treated as final and binding.

Disqualifications:

  1. Any game which encourage violence, child abuse and sexual harassment.
  2. Game using slang language.
  3. The team performing any act that is not in the spirit of fair play.
  4. The team that fails to obey instructions and/or warnings issued by the organizers.

Game Play:

  1. Five minutes will be given to complete the presentation. After the presentation, there will be question answer session for 3 minutes.
  2. Teams with Best use of Sound, Most Creative Idea, Best Educational Game, Best Presenter and Best Storyline will be determined.
  3. Winner along with First and Second Runner-Up will be announced.

Judging Criteria:

  1. Team are judged on creativity, originality, technical merit, and how well they follow good programming practices.
  2. The total judgement point for each team would be 100 points.
    1. 60 points for game development
    2. 30 points for presentation
    3. 10 points for storyline
  3. Teams will be awarded with Best use of Sound, Most Creative Idea, Best Educational Game, Best Presenter and Best Storyline.
  4. Game must be team’s own work.
  5. All members of team must have overall content knowledge

Team Specification:

  1. A team should consist of at least 2 and at most of 4 members. Students from different educational institutions can also form a team.

Eligibility:

  1. All the participants should be below 19 years.
  2. Only female participants are allowed to participate.

Anyone interested from above mentioned criteria can participate. However they have to submit a valid Identity Card and a passport sized photo of each team member.

Certificate policy:

  1. All participating team members will be provided with a certificate of participation.
  2. If any team is sponsored by college or any organization then that college or organization will also get the certificate of participation. Team needs to verify the name of their sponsors (if any) during the time of registration.

If you want to learn how to make scratch games and participate in the competition on your own, click  https://scratch.mit.edu/. Have a nice making.