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Title: Game Design Competition Entry!

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Entry to the Game Design Competition by Lawrence who attended a FREE workshop at BBC Blast on tour in London. Lawrence says "Modem, Movement, Breathing. I came up with the breathing by breathing through my nose and my mouth but breathing really heavily, then I edit it on garage band and made it sound more toxic. I done the movement by using part of the breathing and then I changed it to a more footsteps so it could sound better. I then came up with the modem by using my coins then on garage band used flagger on it. My sounds are right for the character because the breath is toxicated and the movement is like a shadow marsh sound, and the modem is like a teleport game. I think it suits the Sarah Jane Adventures because it is like a scary spacious creature and it matches all of the details and the words sound identical to the pictures. It sounds very gruesome and very scary. The sound is right because the movement goes well with the description. For the sounds the footsteps sound like a shadow footsteps and its sounds like a spider walking. For the toxic breathe it souds like a toxic like an element from the periodic table and for the modem it actually sounds like a teleportation move and its like it is dailing for its spaceship to come to, for the planet earth to invade it."


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