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For this game I have created a dreamy version of pong using aUnicorn as themain subject. I chose to create pong as it is aclassic game and follows the basicprinciple of guidelines of adigital game. This process is a start with interactionfrom theplayer, duration of the game and then an imminent loss/“death”.What Iwanted to do in my game is lead on to this basic process andhave the playerexpect a death once the Unicorn falls past the‘cloud paddle’ (as the label at thetop of the playing screen wouldsuggest) but even when the unicorn does fall tothe bottom of thescreen a prompt shows on the screen saying to not befoolish,Unicorns Never Die!! It is a simple game that ends uptwisting typical gamingconventions.

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    Unicorns Never die-C Burchill
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    April 18, 2016
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