An Effective Feasibility Study Looks At The Entire Project And Skip The Planning Phase

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Inexperienced programmers often prefer to tackle the coding to a solution first, and skip the planning phase. However, it is wise to take the time to plan your project before you begin programming. An effective feasibility study looks at the entire project and tries to determine if what you want to undertake is possible to do, valid, and worthwhile. There are four main steps in a feasibility study: Step One – Problem Definition This is a short description (one paragraph) of the application that you plan to make. A discussion of the game you have chosen to develop (as well a description of the end users of the software) should be included. Our company has been employed by a website which hosts online games to create a Breakout style game that incorporates the core gameplay features of the original title, while making modifications and improvements for a novel play experience. Our client’s website will host the game for free and earn money on advertisements. As a result, our potential user base is relatively broad because it includes any individuals who frequent online gaming websites. Step Two – Problem Analysis At this stage, you need to look at any constraints or problems that you expect to encounter. A description of how you intend to deal with them should also be included. Items to consider: Hardware required to run the application: This game will be hosted on a website, and as a result, it necessitates internet access. Breakout is a relatively

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