How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint — Free Template (2023)

Many engaging interactive applications can be created in PowerPoint to gamify your eLearning experience. Playing Jeopardy is always a lot of fun. Moreover, every time you see those tiles with categories and different numbers, you can’t stop thinking of all the nostalgic moments in your life when you saw them on TV and were always wondering along with the contestants, “What’s the correct answer? Am I right or wrong?” It puts you in the participants’ shoes, even if you aren’t a guest on the show.

Now, with modern technology, you can create this game by yourself in about 10-20 minutes from scratch and play it with your friends, colleagues, or learners! In this article, you’ll find out how to make a Jeopardy game with clues that include pictures, audio, and video in Microsoft PowerPoint.

Also, you will explore how it’s made, with detailed step-by-step instructions. As a bonus, you’ll get a free Jeopardy template to play with.

Overview

To make a Jeopardy game, we’ll use the following features of PowerPoint:

  • A table to create the game board (or a grid) that shows categories and scores (or a cash value).
  • Hyperlinks to connect each selection on the grid to its respective clue slide.
  • Slide Master view to create unified slides for clues and answers with a consistent style.

To publish the game in web format and share it online, we’ll use iSpring Suite, an authoring tool for creating eLearning content and converting PowerPoint presentations to an online format.

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Here are the steps we’ll take to do that.

We’ll use a PowerPoint table to create the Jeopardy game board. Then we will add hyperlinks to each cell (e.g., SCIENCE for $400) that will link to the respective clue slide in the presentation. Finally, we’ll put our game into a web format.

If you’d like to create a Jeopardy game on your own, follow this detailed guide.

Step 1: Create a game board

Step 2: Create clue and correct answer layouts

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Step 3: Add all slides and link them to the grid

Step 4: Enhance your game with images, audio, and video

Step 5: Test and publish your game

Stage 1: Create a Game Board

  1. Create a new PowerPoint presentation and name the first slide.
  2. Apply a theme to your presentation on the Design tab.
  3. Add a new slide and add a table by going to the Insert tab > Table.
  4. Create a table with 5 columns and 5 rows.
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  5. Resize the table to match your slide and fill in the cells as shown in the picture below.
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  6. Choose an appropriate color for your game board to get a more authentic look. You’ll find the paint bucket instrument called Shading in the Table Tools > Design tab.
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After you complete all other steps, the game board will look like this, where each cell is a hyperlink to the respective clue:

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Understanding Slide Layouts

Every PowerPoint slide has a Layout, such as Title Slide and Title and Content. You can select the specific layout when you right click on the slide’s thumbnail.

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Also, you can edit and create new slide layouts in the Slide Master tool.

The layout-based approach and use of the Slide Master view are particularly important in the Jeopardy game, which has lots of similar slides of two types:

  • Clue slide. Contains a clue text and an “Answer” button to check the correct answer.How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint — Free Template (7)
  • Correct Answer slide. Contains the answer to the respective clue and a “Home” button to return to the game board.How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint — Free Template (8)

Changing the master slide’s content will automatically apply changes to every slide of that type in the presentation. For example, you can change the background, text placement, size, or font in Slide Master, then go back to the Normal view, and you’ll see that everything has been changed.

Step 2: Create Clue and Correct Answer Layouts

The layouts shown above are already included in the PowerPoint theme for the Jeopardy game. To see how they are made, To make them, follow these steps:

  1. Enter Slide Master on the View tab.
  2. Insert a new Layout.
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  3. Rename it to “Clue.”
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  4. Add a button to the slide. Go to the Insert tab and click Shapes > Action Buttons. Select a custom one and draw it on the slide. How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint — Free Template (11)
  5. In the Action Settings window, set Hyperlink to: Next Slide.
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  6. Right-click, select Edit Text, and add the caption “Answer” to the button.
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  7. Similar to the clue slide, create a correct answer slide. Right-click on the left pane in the Slide Master view and select Insert Layout. Name it “Correct Answer”.
  8. Add a “Home” action button and point its hyperlink to Slide 2, which is the game board.
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  9. Exit from the Slide Master view by clicking the button Close Master View on the top ribbon or select the Normal view in the View tab.

Step 3: Add All Slides and Link Them to the Grid

We already have the title slide and the game board slide. As well, we have the layouts for the Clue / Correct Answer pair.

  1. Add the third slide. Set Layout > Clue.
  2. Add the fourth slide. Set Layout > Correct Answer. It will look like this:
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  3. You have the clue-answer pair now. Duplicate the 3rd and 4th slides as many times as there are active cells in the grid. In this example there are 20 clues, so the total number of slides will be 42, including the first two.

Note:We suggest you fill in the draft text for clues (e.g., Category 1 Question for $200). This will make it easier for you to find and link.

Link the grid cells to the respective slides throughout the entire presentation.

  1. Select the text in a cell, right-click, then select Hyperlink (or use the Ctrl+K shortcut).
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  2. On the left pane, select Place in This Document and then select the respective slide (e.g., Category 1 Question for $200). Click Ok to insert the hyperlink.
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Restrict navigation

Select all the slides except the first one and uncheck the On Mouse Click checkbox on the Transitions tab. This will establish fluid hyperlink/button navigation in your game, making it so that slides cannot be changed with mouse clicks.

Step 4: Enhance Your Game with Images, Audio, and Video

You can enhance your game with audio and video, plus PowerPoint animations and slide transitions. You are free to add any effects you wish, to provide a more engaging gaming experience.

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Also read: →How To Record PPT Presentations with Audio

Add pictures to your clues

Simply drag and drop any picture to the presentation, including PNGs with transparent background from your local disk. Otherwise, use the older method Insert > Pictures (or Online Pictures) to add an image that helps describe the clue (or serves to confuse contestants).

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You can apply Effects like a shadow or wet floor from Picture Tools > Format. Add an animation if you like.

The correct answer is: Ribonucleic acid

Add music and make it play automatically (autoplay)

Drag and drop the audio file on the slide or go to Insert > Audio:

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Go to Audio Tools > Playback and set Start: Automatically.

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It’s recommended that you trim audio files to 15 seconds or so.

By the way, Musopen.org is a great online resource with music that can be downloaded and used legally and for free.

The correct answer is: Minor

Add video questions

Drag and drop the video on your clue slide or go Insert > Video.

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Make it autoplay, similar to the audio,by going to Video Tools > Playback. Then set Start: Automatically.

Closed captioning may also help make this question available to everyone. Just add a text box with the CC text and place it underneath the video. The Appearance animation with a 9-second delay was used on this video question, so it doesn’t reveal the essence of the question before the words “exposed to these invisible rays” are spoken in the video.

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The correct answer is: Ultraviolet rays

Other improvements

Here are a few tips on how to improve your game:

  • Add transition effects for clue slides (Fade or Zoom) using Slide Master. Also, add the Flip transition to the correct answer slide, so it will look like you’re flipping a flash card.
  • Add triggered animations to hide visited cells on the gameboard. You can see this in the sample PPTX file below. However, it doesn’t appear in the HTML5 web presentation.
  • Add audio triggers (action buttons) to the clue slides such as sounds of applause or booing. You can activate any of these sounds during gameplay to make it more fun.
  • If needed, add a second round and a final Jeopardy by adding a link on the game board slide that will lead to another part (you can insert the template again in the same presentation).

Step 5: Test and Publish Your Game

Once your game is ready, make sure every link and other functionalities are all working correctly. Start your slideshow by clicking F5 (Slide Show > Start Slide Show) and experiment with it. Check your hyperlinks in the grid and make sure that they lead to correct clues.

If everything is working as intended, publish your original PowerPoint Jeopardy game in an online format. This will facilitate sharing it with your audience.

Here’s how you can do this with iSpring Suite:

  1. Go to the iSpring Suite page and download a free trial.
  2. Open your Jeopardy game presentation. You’ll see the new iSpring Suite tab in the PowerPoint ribbon. Go to this tab and click Publish.How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint — Free Template (22)
  3. In the Publish Presentation window, select the My Computer tab and the HTML5 format, and then click Publish.How to Make a Jeopardy Game in PowerPoint — Free Template (23)

This is the best publishing option if you want to put your game on your website or blog. To upload it to your server, select FTP in the opened window.

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If you want to export the game to your learning management system, choose the LMS tab in the Publish Presentation window.

If you don’t have a website or an LMS, select the iSpring Space tab on the menu at the left. iSpring Space is an online portal where you can store and share all your content.

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Log in to your iSpring Space account and click Publish. Once the publishing process has finished, your account will open in a browser. You’ll see your uploaded game there. Just click on the title to run it.

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If you’d like to share your Jeopardy presentation with other people, tap on your file → Share and open the public access. This way you’ll be able to deliver your game to everyone on the internet.

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Just copy a link and send it to your friends, colleagues, or students. They’ll be able to open the Jeopardy game right in their browsers.

Play Your Game

Now comes the fun part! After you have created your own game, it’s time to invite other players! You’ll need two or more people in order to play the game, plus a piece of paper and pencil to write down the players’ score. Run the game either on your website or in iSpring Space and be the host. In the original TV version of this game, contestants can buzz in to give an answer. Because we are not in a studio, contestants can just clap to buzz in.

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The rules are quite simple and easy to remember:

  • The first player chooses the category and the points/complexity (e.g., Presidents of the United States for 30 points).
  • The host clicks on the respective cell on the game board and reads the clue aloud (e.g., The Teddy Bear was invented in honor of this president after he refused to shoot a bear that was tied to a tree on a hunting trip.).
  • After the host finishes reading the clue, any contestant can buzz in to give an answer (Who is Theodore Roosevelt?)
  • If the correct answer was chosen, the player gets the points for this question and can select the next one.
  • If the incorrect answer was chosen, the player receives a penalty, and the other contestants can buzz in.
  • After all the questions on the game board have been answered, the player with the highest score wins.

To learn more about the official rules of Jeopardy, refer to this article on Wikipedia or search for other sources online.

Jeopardy can be played anywhere, from a kindergarten classroom to an office, with contestants of all ages. It’s a great way to train your employees on important business topics in an engaging manner and to introduce a little fun into a boring meeting or corporate presentation to lighten the tone. This game is not just about knowledge and swiftness, but also about breaking the ice and generating camaraderie.

Don’t want to spend time creating the game from scratch? Just download our free Jeopardy template and customize it to your liking. Also, feel free to get an iSpring Suite trial to convert your game into an online format.

Other Games That Can Be Created in PowerPoint

PowerPoint is a fairly straightforward tool that almost anyone can use. However, as you’ve already discovered, if you know how to use hyperlinks to create trigger and animation tricks and set up navigation, you’ll be able to craft not only basic presentations but also other engaging games besides Jeopardy.

For example, you can create gamified training guides on how to perform a task, like this one about making a perfect omelet:

To find out how we made it, read this article on how to create a mini game in PowerPoint.

You can make even more engaging things by utilizing PowerPoint together with iSpring Suite. This software allows you to not only convert PPT presentations to web formats but also create great interactive content from scratch.

For example, you can build amazing quizzes with 14 question types, including hotspots, sequences, and drag-and-drops. Thanks to their interactivity and beautiful design, they are perceived by quiz takers not as typical tests but as engaging mini games. Just take a look at this quiz on merchandising:

With iSpring Suite, you can also create role-plays, which are interactive exercises that imitate a real conversation with a person: a customer, a staff member, or a colleague – and help people master communication skills. The key element of a role-play is its branching scenario, where each decision has consequences. A person chooses a certain option and gets a consistent outcome, as in a video game. Here’s an example of a role-play created with iSpring Suite:

If you want to build quizzes and role-plays on your own, download an iSpring Suite free trial and start making awesome content today.

Useful Resources on PowerPoint

Are you a PowerPoint lover? If so, here are some other helpful articles for you:

  • How to Share a PowerPoint Presentation Online
  • How to Protect PowerPoint Presentations – Methods that Really Work
  • How to Add Narration to a PowerPoint Presentation
  • How to Structure a PowerPoint Presentation
  • How to Convert Your PowerPoint Presentation to an eLearning Module

FAQs

Can I make my own Jeopardy game? ›

JeopardyLabs

Wherever you are in the world, Jeopardy Labs lets you play online and allows you to make your own jeopardy template where PowerPoint is not needed. Once you have finished creating your own games, they will be accessible online wherever and whenever.

Is there a Jeopardy template? ›

JeopardyLabs allows you to create a customized jeopardy template without PowerPoint. The games you make can be played online from anywhere in the world. Building your own jeopardy template is easy.

How do I make a slide game? ›

Create a board game in Google Slides. In the Add-on menu select “Dice Slides by Schoolytics” to create built in dice for the game. Students will need a game piece to move around the game board. Use the option “Add Game Piece” in the Dice Slides by Schoolytics menu to add a cylinder game piece to the board.

How do you add questions and answers to PowerPoint? ›

Create a new form or quiz
  1. Sign in to Microsoft 365 with your school or work credentials.
  2. Open your PowerPoint presentation and choose the slide in which you want to insert a form or quiz.
  3. On the Insert tab, select Forms. ...
  4. A Forms panel will open and dock on the right side of your PowerPoint presentation.

How do you create a Jeopardy question? ›

Questions are phrased as answers and the contestant must supply the answer as a question.
...
How to Write Jeopardy Game Show Questions
  1. Choose a category, one you know a lot about already. ...
  2. Determine the answer to your first question, which should be relatively easy. ...
  3. Write a statement describing the answer easily.

What is the font used in Jeopardy? ›

The official font used by the TV show is ITC Korinna. If that seems familiar, it's because the same font was used on Mork and Mindy, Frasier and many other TV shows plus some newspapers.

Is there a free online Jeopardy game? ›

Jeopardy Arkadium (free to play)

There are several websites where you can play a free Jeopardy game online. One of the best options is Arkadium. First, navigate to the site. Then, share your screen and start the game.

Can you do Jeopardy on PowerPoint? ›

To start the game, click on the first Jeopardy! Slide and start the presentation by clicking on the menu Slide Show > From Current Slide. Now the intro with music starts playing and you must only click one more time to run the begin animation.

What is the answer format for Jeopardy? ›

The rules state, "...all contestant responses to an answer must be phrased in the form of a question." It's that simple. Jeopardy! doesn't require that the response is grammatically correct.

How do you make an interactive quiz? ›

Tool to Create an Interactive Quiz #3 – Kahoot!

You can create your quiz in minutes, either from scratch or with a pre-designed template. They have a variety of question types such as multiple-choice, true or false, polls, puzzles, and more. You can even add images and videos to boost engagement and interaction.

How do you make a classroom Jeopardy game? ›

It's possible to create your own Jeopardy-style games using Google Slides or PowerPoint. You can do this by creating a table in your first slide then creating a series of slides that have your answers and questions on them. The Q&A slides are then hyperlinked back to the points listed in the table in your first slide.

How do you make a game for free? ›

If you're considering creating your own video game, here are the best free game making tools available.
  1. Stencyl. If have no gaming experience, or if you want to make puzzle or side-scroller games, then check out Stencyl. ...
  2. Game Maker Studio. If you're new to game making, check out Game Maker Studio. ...
  3. Unity. ...
  4. Unreal. ...
  5. RPG Maker.

What is PowerPoint used for answer? ›

MS PowerPoint is a program that is included in the Microsoft Office suite. It is used to make presentations for personal and professional purposes.

Does PowerPoint have a polling tool? ›

Creating a live poll in PowerPoint is as easy as a click of a button. Just simply "add a poll slide", enter your poll text and click 'Add'. You're now ready to pose live polls to your audience to get the answers you need.

How do you make a quiz game? ›

How to make a quiz app for Android: upload a background, create a category of the questions and the image for it, choose the type of questions and answers, add the list of questions and correct /incorrect answers, customize colors, fonts, and sound effects, name your app and upload an icon.

How do I make a clickable pop up in PowerPoint? ›

Click one of the handles, hold down your left mouse button and drag the handle to resize the rectangle. Click any location on the rectangle's edge that does not have a handle, hold down your left mouse button and drag the rectangle to the location on the slide where you want it to appear when it pops up.

How do you use a clicker in PowerPoint? ›

Make sure the clicker works properly.

To check that your clicker works, open any PowerPoint presentation and put it in presentation mode. Click all buttons on the clicker, especially the forward and back buttons, to make sure they work. Check the user manual for the maximum distance covered by the wireless presenter.

How many questions are in a game of Jeopardy? ›

1) Contest will consist of two rounds (4-5 categories in each round, 5 questions per category) plus a final jeopardy round. 2) Typically Jeopardy is scheduled to last a total of 55 minutes.

Why do we format questions in Jeopardy? ›

Why does the game show Jeopardy require answers in the form of questions? According to the show's creator, Merv Griffin, his wife came up with the idea of switching the answer with the question, implying that it was simply a gimmick to make the show different from quiz shows that had come before.

How many seconds do you need to answer a Jeopardy question? ›

The contestants have 30 seconds to write a response, again phrased in the form of a question.

How do you use Jeopardy in word? ›

in jeopardy

in danger of being damaged or destroyed: The lives of thousands of birds are in jeopardy as a result of the oil spill.

How do you play Jeopardy on word? ›

WORDS is based on the popular TV game show. Players guess what word a clue refers to and enter it by swiping letters that are provided to spell it out. Each round involves several words, presented in a crossword format.

What is the best free online game? ›

Best Free Online Games
  • Crystal Collapse. Match clusters of crystals in this enchanting collapse-style game.
  • Family Feud.
  • Arkadium's Bubble Shooter.
  • Free 8 Ball Pool Game. Everyone loves a game of pool. ...
  • Arkadium Word Wipe Game.
  • Mahjongg Solitaire. Love mahjong? ...
  • Outspell Spelling Game.
  • Block Champ.

Can you make a Jeopardy game on Google Slides? ›

The key to making a Jeopardy game is to use the "Link" tool in Google Slides. Normally a slideshow is designed to be viewed sequentially, one slide followed by the next in order. However, Google Slides allows you to put links in slides that can link to any other slide in the presentation, regardless of order.

Is Factile free? ›

Factile is a free learning platform that lets teachers create engaging jeopardy-style quiz games for the remote or in-person classroom. Assess students' understanding of new topics or review the latest concepts using our simple, user-friendly gameboard template.

Can I insert kahoot into PowerPoint? ›

Open PowerPoint and click the Insert tab followed by Get Add-ins. Then, search Kahoot! and click Add. Add your key content to PowerPoint slides.

How do you use jeopardy templates? ›

Copy the presentation to your hard drive. Open up the game board slide, determine the category of questions you want to construct and substitute the proper text for each category. Follow the order of the slides to construct questions for each category and put the answers for each question in the following slide.

Can you turn a PowerPoint into a kahoot? ›

Depending on your workflow when preparing a presentation, you can also import PowerPoint slides directly into a kahoot! Import a slide deck of up to 80 MB, and add questions between slides for maximum engagement.

How do you answer Jeopardy questions and answers? ›

The rules go on to explain that "all contestant responses to an answer must be phrased in the form of a question," but there aren't any grammar specificities. Adding, "Jeopardy doesn't require that the response is grammatically correct," continues the statement.

How do Jeopardy contestants know so much? ›

There is no official study guide for each game, but the contestants do get some study materials before the game. These are referred to as the Prep Center and practice guides. Those don't necessarily contain any clues regarding the upcoming game. Rather, they should be treated as general practice.

What is the 5 day rule on Jeopardy? ›

Originally, a contestant who won five consecutive days retired undefeated and was guaranteed a spot in the Tournament of Champions. The five-day limit was eliminated September 8, 2003. In rare instances, contestants tie for first place.

How do you make a game step by step? ›

How to Make a Video Game: 5 Steps
  1. Step 1: Do Some Research & Conceptualize Your Game. ...
  2. Step 2: Work On A Design Document. ...
  3. Step 3: Decide Whether You Need Software. ...
  4. Step 4: Start Programming. ...
  5. Step 5: Test Your Game & Start Marketing!
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How games are made step by step? ›

The 7 Stages of Game Development
  1. Planning a video game.
  2. Pre-production.
  3. Production.
  4. Testing.
  5. Pre-launch.
  6. Launch.
  7. Post-launch.
15 Oct 2019

What are the steps to making a beginner game? ›

How to Develop a Video Game
  1. Pick a concept. Generate a few game concepts to see what kind of game you want to make. ...
  2. Gather information. Game creation involves extensive research. ...
  3. Start building. ...
  4. Refine your concept. ...
  5. Test your game. ...
  6. Market the finished product.
7 Jun 2021

How do you make a simple story game? ›

How do you write a video game?
  1. Outline the major storyline. ...
  2. Decide what type of game it will be. ...
  3. Develop your world. ...
  4. Create your main characters. ...
  5. Create a flowchart of your major story. ...
  6. Start writing the major story. ...
  7. Add in side quests, NPCs, and other small details.
22 Nov 2017

How do I make a game without coding for free? ›

Adventure Creator is the asset you need if you're into making 2D, 2.5D or 3D games in Unity, no coding required. Its visual scripting system and intuitive Editor enables beginners to build an entire game without writing a line of code, and helps programmers plug-and-play their own functionality.

What are the 5 parts of a game? ›

There are five key elements in great games.
  • Game Characters.
  • Goals.
  • Decisions.
  • Rewards.
  • Immersion and Presence.

What are the 6 parts of a game? ›

The six game elements are 1) game goals, 2) action space and narrative, 3) choices, 4) rules, 5) challenges and 6) feedback. ...

What are the 4 essential elements of a game? ›

What are the basic elements all games have in common? All games have players, objectives, a system of rules, and feedback. All these together make a game a game.

How do you start a game in 30 seconds? ›

The game is played with two or more teams of at least two players. Each round one player picks a card and has 30 seconds to describe the five objects, people or places written on the card without revealing the card or saying any part of the name.

What 5 things does a game concept need? ›

There are a few parts involved when coming up with your game concept.
...
The core idea should include:
  • A description of your game.
  • The game's style.
  • The game's setting.
  • The different types of characters.
  • An overview of the story.
  • Any key elements.
  • How to play.
  • What sets it apart from other games.
26 Jun 2014

What are the three basic elements of a game? ›

Elements of a Game

Actions: Choices available to a player. Information: Knowledge that a player has when making a decision. Strategies: Rules that tell a player which action to take at each point of the game.

How do you make a game script? ›

9 (or 10?) steps for writing a game script
  1. Either. a. Outline your plot. b. Outline your game design.
  2. And then do the other one.
  3. Preproduction.
  4. Worldbuilding.
  5. Character design.
  6. Create your story flowchart.
  7. Write your narrative.
  8. Flesh out your script.

How do you make a simple mini game? ›

How to make a game
  1. Choose a concept for your game. If you don't have an idea for a game, then the best way to come up with one is to look at the type of games you like to play. ...
  2. Do market research on your game. ...
  3. Create a design document. ...
  4. Start coding. ...
  5. Unreal. ...
  6. Unity. ...
  7. Phaser. ...
  8. PyGame.
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