Envision is a visual text adventure game that can be played on any tablet or smartphone device. With the new Surface Tablet, which will soon be released, we’ll be able to incorporate our game on its touch screen interface. The game is intended to help students find a path or a career they might be interested in. The player has the options to customize their character, rate each activity they've done, and navigate to almost anywhere they want. The game starts with the character going to school and finding out that they have to select their classes for the upcoming year. The character does not know what classes to choose and when the character goes home and falls asleep he/she dreams about what classes to pick . This game allows the user to explore beyond the games motive, so that the user is not only entitled to a particular set goal. This game doesn't involve simple “yes” or “no” type of questions. It allows the user to be able to gain a deeper sense of learning about their career and look at real-life experiences at the workplace. For example, if the path leads to a photographer, it would teach the user how to take pictures and what a typical day as a photographer would be like. All the player needs to do is follow a given task and explore options. This game is advised for ages 10 and up. Short free samples will be given to whoever is interested in the game, and can buy the full version for $0.99. Young students nowadays are more accessible to internet and all sorts of electronic devices. Why not give them an idea, a path or a passion that they should look forward to?
Unlike any ordinary survey or test, which can be boring, Envision has a story line. Its story is always adapting to the user’s interests, keeping them playing for a really long time. It’s a visual text adventure game that’s filled with real life experiences, problems and situations. It helps those who haven’t made up their mind, don't know what they want to be or don’t know what classes to take in school. Usually text adventure games are similar in having to answer "yes" or "no" type questions, but Envision lets the user not only determine their path based on their answers but also allows the user to explore other options. It’s different from any other career/job surveys. Students will be able to learn and plan their future while having fun.
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A huge issue in the United States today is unemployment. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of September 2012, unemployment in the United States has reached up to 7.8%. Many people are constantly finding that they cannot get the job they are passionate and interested in because they lack in education. Many students are also not sure what they want to be when they grow up or don’t know what courses to taking in high school. Envision is a visual text adventure game that informs young students in middle and high school about possible careers. The game takes players through a variety of situations and based on each response, they are guided towards careers that may interest them. It is unlike any survey or test which usually can be boring. Instead, its story is always adjusting to the user’s interests and keeping them playing for a really long time. At the end, the game will display what possible careers the student may be interested in and what the next steps are to help them get the job they want. The results will also include related courses to take each year, information about the jobs, and other helpful advice.
Tired of taking long, boring surveys and tests to find out what career path is "right" for you? Envision is an exciting, fun game geared towards middle and high school students who want to learn the details about various careers including academic courses related to their career path. In this visual text adventure game, users will experience and act as a student who doesn't know what degree they want to major in college. It's the new and improved way to plan for your future. Change the course of unemployment in the future by preparing early and having the right education you need to succeed.
Who is the Customer
Location: This game is available to anyone in the United States, particularly for middle and high school students.
Population: This game is geared towards all teens in middle and high school. All boys and girls will be enjoy this game. There are approximately 64 million middle and high school students in the US, and studies have shown that about 10% of them currently have smartphones, making the potential market about 6 million customers.
Personality: All teenagers of all personality types can enjoy this game.
Behavior: The game will be geared towards students who do not know what career they want to have when they grow up. People who love playing text adventure games will love this game.
Income: The game will be $0.99 for all users with smartphones or tablets.