My Racing Game – Week 6

My Racing Game – Week 6

This week I have worked on a various different mechanisms of the development of the game. Firstly I had decided that I have the idea of what I want the game to be like in terms of the different areas of the game inside my head. However, ideas being in my head need to...
My Racing Game – Week 5

My Racing Game – Week 5

This week I have focused once again on the map elements even though I have explained that I will be focusing on other parts of the game. The reason being is that the map is a core element to the final product and therefore if I have something that even slightly...
Etymology

Etymology

Etymology is a noun which relates to the the origin of a word and the historical development of its meaning. The derivation of a word. Examples: He was extremely fond of studying the ‘etymology’ of specific words. Studying the ‘etymology’ of...
Alacrity

Alacrity

Alacrity is an noun that gives the definition of brisk and cheerful readiness. Promptness, or willingness. Liveliness. Examples: He took the opportunity with ‘alacrity’. She completed her work with extreme ‘alacrity’, simply so that she could...
My Racing Game – Week 4

My Racing Game – Week 4

In week 4 I went through various different thought processes in order to be able progress further in the game. Currently the progression has been slow, however I believe this will pickup as development increases. One of the things that I thought about at the start of...
Hubris

Hubris

Hubris is an noun that gives the definition to have excessive pride or self-confidence. Arrogance. Examples: His ‘hubris’ led to him having very few people in his life. Her ‘hubris’ is a big reason for her lack of accomplishments. As a...
Venerate

Venerate

Venerate is a verb which gives the definition to regard with great respect; revere. Examples:  Those that do positive, unexpected, empowering things in this world are ‘venerated’ Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is an individual who is...
Zany

Zany

Zany is an adjective that is used to describe being ludicrously or whimsically comical; clownish. Amusingly unconventional and idiosyncratic. Examples:  He has a ‘zany’ sense of humour. She would always present her ‘zany’ side in the...
Venial

Venial

Venial is an adjective that is used to describe that which is able to be forgiven or pardoned. Excusable, trifling, minor. Examples: The court decided that this was a ‘venial’ offence and that a small fine is only to be paid. A mistake which...
Undue

Undue

Undue is an adjective used to describe that which is unwarranted or inappropriate because excessive or disproportionate. Inappropriate, unjustifiable, improper. Not owed or currently payable. Examples: He made an ‘undue’ remark regarding the...
My Racing Game – Week 2

My Racing Game – Week 2

This week I wasn’t able to spend a considerable amount of time on the project. However from the time that I did spend on the project I was able to get some answers and make some very minor improvements.   One of the questions I had from the previous week was...

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