We were initially inspired by the famous Oregon Trail game where players traveled across the country, visiting different sites. As well as having small games to play along the way.
What it does
The program allows you to select different mini games from some of the most impressive locations in the world.
How we built it
We built it in the Python version of Processing. The work for the mini games and the visuals was split among the team members, and then all combined at the end.
Challenges we ran into
We ran into several challenges accomplishing an ambitious goal. We originally hoped to build a game for all of the seven wonders, but time only allowed us to make three. The Mayan ball game was also originally intended to be in 3D, but the physics took too much time.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We're proud of the visuals, and we are happy that the games that we made are fun to play even though they are simple due to our time-constraints.
What we learned
We each learned different new skills making this game. Some of us learned Processing without any previous experience. The team members working on the visuals also developed pixel art skills. Overall, we learned how to work as a team over a dense work period and how we can try to pace ourselves efficiently.
What's next for Seven Wonders of the World Game
The four other Wonders!