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How do I create a medical school game

I am 15
I love playing games
I'm in high school
And creating #med-school


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Divya.S.’s Answer

Hey Sarah, It is lovely to know that you are passionate about learning something beyond your curriculum at this age and to answer your question there are 2 different ways to create any game which you would want to:

1. You may have to participate in a project which IBM runs for the students and one of the expert will be your coach to help you achieve this.
2. There are multiple websites available on google which helps to create our own game by easy coding. I am just aware of code.org which is really interesting but please check if you can find Medical school theme in that or not.

Hope this helps. Thanks !


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Steve’s Answer

Begin with the game - OPERATION.

Play the game a few times and get some ideas collected of what the residents and the 3rd/4th year medical students go through in their long-hourly shifts. What do they do that is fun, serious, exhausting and also critical and then come up with twists and turns concept to turn into a new game that will keep your players hooked. This should be a teaching game as well for younger players who may be on the fence when it comes to deciding to go the pre-med and med school track.


Happy gaming....

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MARCUS’s Answer

Sarah, you can take original themes and innovate them by visiting Wal-Mart, Michaels, Children's toy stores, Sam's Club, and craft stores to design games around general medical practices. For example, you can create clinical quizzes, flash cards, board games, online surveys, or an interactive video presentation to train and educate your audience. Best wishes.




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Steve’s Answer

Begin with the game - OPERATION.

Play the game a few times and get some ideas collected of what the residents and the 3rd/4th year medical students go through in their long-hourly shifts. What do they do that is fun, serious, exhausting and also critical and then come up with twists and turns concept to turn into a new game that will keep your players hooked. This should be a teaching game as well for younger players who may be on the fence when it comes to deciding to go the pre-med and med school track.


Happy gaming....

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