Ex 3-1: IF Exercise
Use the IFDB to select 3 games; play each for 15 minutes (and write a half-page on each); choose one to play for another hour (and write a page on it).
There will be some downloading of files and interpreters required. All of these will easily fit on a USB thumb drive.
I recommend that you practice downloading and running a few during class, so that you can be sure you can do it on your own.
- I've created a Turnitin.com slot for the resulting essay (about 3 pages).
- You are welcome to blog your reactions (and, if you like, link to what other people have written about the same game).
- You are welcome to find a playing partner for this exercise, but you should each write your own reflections.
Jessie Krehlik on Ex 3-1: IF Exercise: Okay, I just googled a few of them and found worki
Dennis G. Jerz on Ex 3-1: IF Exercise: Jessie, I'm on my way home now and won't be online
Jessie Krehlik on Ex 3-1: IF Exercise: I'm having a really hard time figuring out what fi
Dennis G. Jerz on Ex 3-1: IF Exercise: Dani, yes -- that's right. You might look up whate
Alex Hull on Ex 3-1: IF Exercise: Is this something to be done on our blogs? What wo
Daniella Choynowski on Ex 3-1: IF Exercise: so its a repeat of last week's exercise, only we'r