ProCodeCG – Reviewing OMG Game Design Prototype Day


ProCodeCG was invited to this impressive event called OMG (Oh My Games) Game Design Prototype Day. We were so honored to be given such an opportunity to review the results of collaboration works between FSRD ITB and STEI ITB.

We would like to give you some of what we see there as a prove that collaboration will give better things than if we do it our own.

Before the reviewing session, we had an opportunity to visit each group and asked the them some questions.

This is one of the game design prototype: Polytikus. It has a good design and a brand new concept about politics πŸ˜‰

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This one is also great.Glimpse of Nightmare. Strong story. Great game design and control. Β With the adventure of Obi and Emma as the main plot, this game is interesting because it is played by two person, one to be Obi and one to be Emma.

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Wasaka is also cute. The assets of the game is very detail, created using paintbrush effect. The game design is simple and straightforward.

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This game, Kria is about the adventure of finding the lost Batu Akik πŸ˜€

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These are the other reviewers: Pak Hendi Hertiyasa (Kepala Lab Digital DKV ITB) and Mas Garibaldy Mukti (Chief of Marketing Officer Lead Game Designer – Nightspade Game Studio)

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This is Dr. Intan Rizky Mutiaz, M.Ds, the host of the event. He is the lecturer of the collaboration class named “Game Design” and created this event to display the result of their works in a semester and to give the students grades based on what they present that day, including the opinion of the reviewers πŸ˜‰

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And here are the presentations from all 9 groups:

Operation Beast:

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Glimpse of Nightmare

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Penguasa Jalanan: a game about Tukang Baso, Tukang Jamu and Ojek Payung πŸ™‚

IMG_0446 1Save the Animal. A breakthrough, using water as a media, with Kinect to detect hand movements
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Dukun Apprentice

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And this one is one of our favorite: Panic Kitchen. The game can be played up to 4 players, cooking together while exchanging ingredients while shouting at each other giving instructions! A very brilliant but simple game design. Totally cool!

IMG_0442 1 IMG_0441 1The crowd:

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And these are more closer looks of some of the prototypes.

Penguasa Jalanan is also a simple and straightforward game. Very local πŸ™‚

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This is how Panic Kitchen being played. Impressive!

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The profile of Panic Kitchen

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And this one is also our favorite πŸ™‚ ❀

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Ok that is our report on OMG Game Design Prototype Day. Hoping that soon ProCodeCG will collaborate and participate again! πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() 25 May 2015 – Building Apps with IBM BlueMix


We have 3 speakers from IBM today, giving a workshop on “”Build Your Dream Apps Easily and Faster with Bluemix, The Digital Innovation Platform.”

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The first session is aboutΒ Cloud Concept by Ichsan Mulia Permata (Power AIX/Linux Specialist)

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The second session isΒ Bluemix Workshop by Meirissa Farah Fhonna (Cloud Ecosystem)

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IBM also has Global Entrepreneur Program for Cloud Startups!

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Go to this link to try!

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In this workshop we make a Twitter social analysis using BlueMix, without writing any codes!

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Main technical problems: internet connection, GRRR πŸ˜€

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Pak Ichsan is assisting Pak Budi Raharjo

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And the third session isΒ Softlayer Introduction by Riswandi Sinuraya (Softlayer Sales Representative)

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For participants who have successfully implement the social analysis, IBM gives each a merchandise! πŸ˜‰

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And this is us!!! πŸ™‚

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ProCodeCG Kids Programming 23 May 2015 – Blockly


Today we got newcomers, yaaay! They keep up with the class very quick so that the all of the class can do the same level of programming today πŸ˜‰

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Some of the parents are staying and observing and sometimes also helping their kids πŸ™‚

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Today we learn about logic and algorithm with Blockly Games πŸ˜‰ This is a very great tools to learn coding while also giving enough challenge for the kids to solve problems!


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Blockly is is very similar with Scratch, so some kids also open Scratch and do some coding they want πŸ˜‰


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Blockly gives JavaScript version of each problem has been solved. Neat! πŸ™‚



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Like usual, ProCodeCG has little coding teacher demonstrating how things work πŸ™‚





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And when the teacher get confused, the class will discuss and help! A very nice collaboration!



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Next week we will do more Blockly and problem solving, while maybe also explore Scratch for more advanced topics πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() 18 May 2015 – iOS Game Development with SpriteKit


OK. Prepare yourself to be envy. Because today, DyCode has just revealed how to create iOS games with SpriteKit. A rare skill possessed by people these days. A cutting edge coding technique, that will take forever if you learn it by yourself. IMG_9712 Today, Bayu Yasaputro, Senior iOS ProgrammerΒ of DyCode, taught us how to create a game with SpriteKit. A game you can play right away on iOS device! IMG_9747 These are tools for game development, SpriteKit is quite powerful for beginner. IMG_9750 This is the code to create “Hello World!” πŸ™‚ Bildschirmfoto 2015-05-18 um 2.11.45 nachm. Hello World! Yaaaay! Bildschirmfoto 2015-05-18 um 2.04.19 nachm. And this is how the game looks like IMG_9710 And the coding (more than 300 lines!) IMG_9711After a long and tedious work, we finally got the game works! Touch to begin! Bildschirmfoto 2015-05-18 um 7.17.35 nachm. This game is like flappy bird, with monkey as the bird and sharks as the obstacles πŸ˜‰ Bildschirmfoto 2015-05-18 um 7.17.58 nachm. Game over. But the journey has just begin! Bildschirmfoto 2015-05-18 um 7.18.18 nachm.This is us. The HAPPY us πŸ˜‰ *plus a little ProCodeCG coder who gladly gaveΒ the game a test right away*Β  IMG_9714Thank you so much DyCode! See you next month! We probably would teach SpriteKit at ProCodeCG Kids Programming Class one day! πŸ˜€

ProCodeCG at Helar Fest 2015


This is our booth at Helar Fest 2015 today, at Babakan Siliwangi πŸ™‚

We displayed some slides, some games created by ProCodeCG Kids Programmers while also having fun like reading a book or buy some food from stalls around πŸ™‚

Many people were visiting us, asking questions and seemed pretty interested in ProCodeCG programs πŸ˜‰

The kids loved to play the games – created by kids! πŸ˜‰ ❀ ❀ ❀

These kids once learned how to create games with Scratch, and they were interested on how to use GameMaker πŸ™‚

We also had a visitor from Singapore (the guy with white t-shirt), who owned his own start-up and visits Bandung to hire programmers. He was really interested in ProCodeCG Kids Programming and gave lots of advice! πŸ™‚

He also showed us a simulation tool and let kids tried it

Ok, this is us πŸ™‚ The mentor was busy on his another booth (pics will be added later)

And this is the kids, hungry behind the stage πŸ˜€

Everybody was having fun at this event successfully held by BCCF! It is still going on tonight, with many more interesting events!


ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() 11 May 2015 – How to Maximize Landing Page to Get Potential Customers


Let us introduce Hervin Islahudin, Board of Directors of BIPPO Indonesia, a company of e-commerce service established around 2012.

IMG_9220BIPPO has many clients already, and it claims to be able to boost up impact of the landing page to lead regeneration two times higher.
IMG_9222Landing page is important. It is the profile of the product/company being represented. Therefore, it should be well-designed and tightly monitored. The more page landing, the better.
IMG_9223Here’s how to contact BIPPO, they don’t bite! πŸ™‚
IMG_9225We’ve got lot of new people coming in πŸ™‚
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Next week we will have DyCode to give a short tutorial about iOS Apps Development! Don’t miss it! πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp 4 May 2015 – ICT-based Values for Non-ICT Business


What is great about ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() is that we can learn many things in just 1-3 hours.
Like yesterday, we learned A LOT about what a Gibran Huzaifah, the CEO of Cybreed, the founder of e-Fishery, has gone through – from one failure to another, from one business to another, until he becomes who he is now. In such a very young age.

IMG_8682This young man is not only a successful businessman. He is also a kind and down to earth person. And super funny too πŸ˜€

e-Fishery has won lots of awards so far:

IMG_8685And this is the quote that makes Gibran started his business in aquaculture:

IMG_8687He started business in aquaculture from selling snacks from catfish: dorri
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IMG_8691Until now, Gibran is still running the business in catfish nursery

and has grown bigger:

IMG_8695The values of e-fishery:
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Start early. Start small.


The point is to find out if there is a problem to be solved, how to solve it, why people would buy your solution, and is it possible to create the product.
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Notice that there is the CEO of the famous Tinker Games too πŸ˜€

We should tell those who didn’t come, that the missed a lot. A LOT.

Next ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() will be about Maximizing Landing Page to Get Potential Customers by BIPPO πŸ™‚