Steps to Design an AR Game

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Step 1: Framing the Idea

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Before starting with the advanced development step, always focus on :

Step 2: Gamestorming — The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle.

First of all, think about :

Step 3: Stating a problem

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https://blog.flexmr.net/evaluate-and-refine-your-market-research-strategy

Step 4: Understand the capabilities of the digital device you are designing for. e.g. A mobile phone.

Step 5: Evaluating Ideas

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Step 6: Ranking all the brainstormed ideas (on a scale of 1–4)

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You can keep this process anonymous if there’s a probability of conflict in your big team.

Step 7: Write the Initial draft of your “Design Document.” Make sure to add the below pointers.

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Step 8: Setting up the “Game Mechanics”

Step 9: Designing Core Loop

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https://www.videogameworkshop.com/game-design/Core-Game-Mechanics.html

Step 10: Designing MVP (Minimum Viable Product) — Focus on core loop. Please don’t overdo it.

Step 11: Playtesting (observe your testers closely)

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Questions to ask:

Happy Designing :))

An engineer by peer pressure, corporate professional by parent’s expectations & product designer by passion. I tell stories with a tinch of intellectualness.

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