IMGD 4000

Individual Projects Submission

These are the instructions for submitting the individual projects:

The submission and grading process has three steps:

  1. Online submission of packaged game (or project folder for Pathfinding only).
  2. Online submission of source code.
  3. Scheduling one-on-one demonstration of your project with the TA.
All of these must be completed by 11:59pm on the day due.

1. Submission of Packaged Game (or Project Folder for Pathfinding Only)

For all projects except Pathfinding, create a packaged game according to the Unreal Engine instructions. Also note the following: For the Pathfinding project only, create a ZIP file containing your complete UE4 project folder. Because part of this project involves placing waypoints in the level editor, you will need to run UE4 to demonstrate it.

Upload a ZIP (only!) file containing the complete packaged game folder (or the complete project folder for Pathfinding only) to your favorite website for distributing large files, such as WeTransfer, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, MediaFire, TinyUpload, etc.

2. Submission of Source Code

Prepare a ZIP (only!) file containing the following: Submit this ZIP file under the appropriate project assignment at InstructAssist.

N.B. Don't forget to press "Upload File" as the last step of uploading! If successful, you should see a line similar to:

 Creator     Upload Time    File Name      Size     Status    Removal
 Smith 2016-04-25 11:12:23    3718 KB  On Time   Delete

3. Schedule TA Demonstration

In addition to submitting your project materials online as above, you must arrange a time for a one-on-one demonstration with the TA, which will assist them in grading.

At InstructAssist, select Tools > Demonstrations - List > Project-..., and then reserve an available slot.

Demonstrations will be:

N.B. Show up to your slot early! The TA will have your submitted source code from InstructAssist and the package game (or Pathfinding project folder) already downloaded to his desktop for demonstration and explanation.

Last modified: Mon Apr 3 13:13:27 EDT 2017