The balance page, where you can check your balance and add money
A mini game for older children
The login screen, where you are encouraged to keep your password secure by enabling your webcam to check for people looking at your screen
A mini game for children
The registration page, where you can make an account and are informed of how best to keep your account secure from hackers
What it does
It works to encourage good financial habits like saving money by incorporating fun mini games to make the otherwise boring task enjoyable.
How we built it
The mini games were built in Unity and built to WebGL, then ran by a webapp (written in NodeJS with Express) which allows you to make an account, login, and start saving money by tracking your piggy bank with the virtual balance. When you add money, a mini game is triggered for you to play.
Challenges I ran into
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Producing a working webapp which properly incorporates the Unity games in a seamless manner.
What I learned