Part 1 Tasks
Assess project specifications
Have your team look over the project specifications to get a sense of the project’s scope and
feasibility. If you have questions about what is required, now is the time to get that information
from the instructor. Start thinking about how to divide the project into discrete tasks.
Organize team responsibilities
Discuss each team member’s perceived strengths and weaknesses. Assign a primary and a
secondary responsibility to each person. The secondary ones should provide enough overlapping
coverage so that the loss of a team member will not delay completion of the project.
Be aware that everyone is expected to participate in roughly equal measure. No one person
should monopolize all of the leadership and work and not give other team members a voice or
deprive them of a chance to participate. Nor should a team member be allowed to “coast” along
and not actively contribute in a meaningful manner.
Getting the Star Trek Game
The Super Star Trek game is found in the book BASIC Computer Games: Microcomputer Edition,
which was published in 1978 by Workman Publishing and edited by David H. Ahl of Creative
Computing magazine. You can find a downloadable pdf copy of the book here:
It explains the gameplay rules and provides a brief overview of BASIC. Since the printed listing is
quite long and hard to read from the book scan, you can download a ready-to-run copy of the
game code from the D2L Project module. The filename is: Super_Star_Trek_(BASIC).txt
The instructor slightly modified the original source code to fix a few bugs and formatting errors.
However, it may still contain errors that could cause it to fail when run, so be aware of that.
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