Keely R, Robin H, Tai R, and Rebecca M

This project was created to show the difficulties of going to college in a new and creative way. To show the obstacles and roadblocks in a more visual perspective to people who may not know about them. Since everyone is different, everyone's college process is different. Whether they decide to even go to college at all. This game aims towards demonstrating the difficulties of the process through the eyes of a woman trying to succeed in STEM and how she may feel the process is in a more literal sense.

Getting to college is hard. And this game can be something that students can relate to as they have their own difficulties going to college just as this game has it's difficulties to beat each level.

We are using our knowledge of coding and our creative spin to shed some light on the difficult road that is college.

One technical problem we faced was trying to apply images in the game, but when the images would appear, the game lag would be unbearable. So we decided to only contain images on the first level, where lag wouldn't be such an issue versus in a level that requires lots of quick movement.

"I keep dying in the game I made!"
"Graphic design is difficult."
"Working with others can help you excel."
"I hate this graphic design website."

Robin H:

Robin Huang is a rising junior at Winston Churchill High School in Potomac Maryland. She enjoys reading and is considering pursuing computer science as a career in the future.

Keely R:

Keely Romero is a rising senior at School Without Walls in Washington, D.C and enjoys playing video games, playing softball, and hopes to work in the medical field.

Tai R:

Tai Rosebure is a rising senior at Mckinley Technology Highschool in Washington D.C. Tai enjoys swimming and playing videogames and hopes to work in the engineering field.

Rebecca M:

Rebecca Marchesi is a rising Junior attending Northwood High School in Silver Spring, Maryland. She hopes to study computer science and/or robotics/engineering at her future college or university.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Lockheed Martin - Ada Lovelace.