Game Development Reference
Figure 2. Bowling alleys (Module of coordination
of precise movements)
Description of Modules
Precision Movement Coordination Module
This module contains activities for the child to
coordinate the movements of his/her hands, control
fingers, to coordinate the movement of the hand
with the sight and quality of pressure.
Party Room: The child places images in the
correct place, with the game of pin the tail on
Bowling: It consists of trying to knock over
the pins with the bowling ball. The child should
take the ball with the mouse and slide it until he/
she have knocked over all the pins. (See Figure 2).
The aim is to develop the infant's autonomy in
the natural environment that surrounds him/her.
These are the most representative activities
undertaken by children with motor impairments
in the classroom, this according to interviews
with different managers and specialists of dif-
ferent CAM, Multi-Service Center in the city of
Laterality Module (Beach)
The child will use his/her lateral domain (left or
right), in conjunction with the sight and sound. It
will help with child's reading and writing.
Cabin: Several scenarios are presented, where
moving objects are shown. The child should fol-
low the objects with the mouse until reach them.
It has two levels of difficulty.
It is asked to the child a in a work-desk, to
move and locate objects on the surface, up,
down, left right.
Bay: The child should take a picture and move
according to the given order, e.g. down, up, go
to the right, etc. The child flights an aircraft in
the air by driving it with the mouse like a ship at
sea (see Figure 3). It has two levels of difficulty.
The child will follow trajectories indicated
on a paper with a crayon or pencil.
The child will move objects to specific
points on a surface, regardless of the path.
Graphical Activity Module (Museum)
The Children will use these activities to acquire
and develop of writing: body posture and head,
movement of the hand and arm, direction of rota-
tion, interruption of traces, continuous outlines,
distribution the graph on the paper, etc.
Visitor Registration (Fine Trajectory): With
the instructor's aid, the child will write his name,
the instructor will type child's name, which will
appear in a large scale for the child to draw with
the mouse. This activity consists that using the
RACEM covers four modules of activities that
are used in motor therapies. It adapts to the child,
depending on his/her condition and evolution of
it, bringing new challenges to the implementation
of different difficulty levels.
The program contains tasks of: movement
coordination, laterality, graphical activities and