PA HS BULLET FORCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

PA HS BULLET FORCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Nick M started this petition to Unity WebGL and

The purpose of this is to convince school staff PA wide to intentionally let students engage in the Bullet Force Championships, a game that is impressive in large part because it's made in Unity by a teenager. This teaches students that they can be successful independently. It also tackles a lot of the genre standards, with varying maps. 
We've enjoyed playing it in early builds as it's come along. The visuals have dramatically improved, and the game feels better with each update. It might not win any awards, but the developer won a scholarship to attend Apple's World Wide Developer Conference in 2016.
What this all shows is that game development has come a long way. Engines like Unity allow developers to create titles that otherwise would have taken large teams months, if not years, to create and to do so with less manpower and less work. In fact, the scale has shifted so much that as we see, anyone with enough will to do so can make the online first-person shooter of their dreams. 

And that's part of why this is so fascinating. It's not just that it's an impressive game made by one teenager. It's the fact that you have a developer who's using powerful tools – both concrete in terms of development and more ethereal in terms of marketing – to help make a game and get the word out to players. And not only is the game a fun first-person shooter, it relieves students' academic pressure. 

The championships would be a series of matches including winners from prior matches and the original creators of this idea. Thank you for the support

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