Saturday, March 23, 2013

3d Beta at PCHS

Back in my days as a Globaloria student, all we had was Adobe Flash and a dream, but now Globaloria has expanded beyond the world of Flash, and into the world of 3d gaming. Students at Preston High have an opportunity to be apart of a 3d beta class in which they use Unity instead of Flash. Zach B. documents his experience in this program in his blog found here

Friday, March 22, 2013

Socialize on Your Social Profile!

We may not use our Social Profiles a lot while working through the curriculum but don't forget about them! Fill yours out and brag a little, comment on others and complement or give feed back on games. Check out Caseymgw_2011 from George Washington High School, who has a great example of how to take advantage of your Social Profile.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Calling All Globaloria Alumni!

Lindsey here, your fellow Globaloria Alumni and Intern! I would like to inform all of you about our Facebook Group where everyone can discuss their experiences and share other Globaloria related information. If you are interested, check out the group here at Globaloria Alumni Facebook Group, and request to join! Tell your classmates about us too! Thanks!

Pick It Up

Brittanya5925 at Tygarts Valley High School has made an amazing hidden object game!  The art work in the game is very detailed and well done.  The game's name is Pick It Up.  The goal of the game is to teach people about the importance of recycling.  Check out Pick It Up and see if you can save the world.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

AdVENTURE STEM Knows Team Work!

AdVenture STEM in California are working on their Team Pages! Check out team Fat Unicorns to learn about what game they are creating. Has your class started making your team games? Do you have a cool and unique team name? Let us know and maybe you'll be featured on Globaloria Spotlight.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Don't Forget to Blog!

Tyler5335 of Buffalo High School, WV is doing a good job getting through the Game Design I curriculum and completing all of the blogging assignments. Don't forget that blogging is important so you can really reflect on what you have done and recognize your progress. You'll also improve your composition, grammar, and media skills, but remember to have fun while your at it! Check out Tyler's blog here.