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How do you test a game concept?
Game Concept Test Checklist
- Do market research first using SensorTower.
- Narrow down your game concept’s subcategories.
- Formulate hypotheses for your test.
- Create pre-prototypes (i.e. gameplay screenshots) of your game concepts.
- Create a mock app store page for each concept (use Google Play template)
How do you test games for bugs?
Following are different methods used to find bugs in games to ensure hassle free user experience:
- Exploratory testing: Game testers play games like the regular end users do, to find bugs and defects.
- Break the rules: Do not follow the same set of instructions every time while testing.
What should I look for when testing a game?
Understand the overall game component architecture and file architecture, the flow, and the file structures and the dependencies associated with the game. With every new prototype of the game, the tests documents need to be frequently revisited to update any change in the specifications, new game testing test cases & new configuration support.
How do you know if your idea is worth pursuing?
Assess the Level of Passion in Responses To find out if your idea is worth pursuing you’ll need to assess how passionate the response is toward your idea. Rate responses on a scale of 1-10 and keep track of the scores over time.
What is game testing in video game development?
Game testing is a component of game development that helps to ensure the video game to be deployed is bug-free. Pre- Production: During this stage Game idea, storyboard, features, requirement analysis, and documentation is done. This phase includes technical design document and feature specifications, game architecture, frame overlay, animation.
What do you test when testing multiplayer video games?
Testing of real or virtual characters. In multiplayer video games, connectivity to the server and synchronization of game status are two critical areas to be tested. Example: Multiplayer 3D racing games. Testing new features such as game status updates, friend invitations, premium gift sharing, etc.