My group created an interactive River Otter Game that acted like a small book, switching in-between pages, and presented it at the Rochester Museum & Science Center on December 2nd and 3rd. We meet up frequently either in the student lounge of the Student Engineering Technology building on campus and the Terra Cotta Coffee House and discussed where we are in production and what we needed to do. We also created a group chat on Facebook to share information when needed and schedule meetups. I provided the drawings seen above, 3 of which actually made it into the final product, 2 were modified, and the dialogue for each slide. After Beta Testing, we made the buttons that allowed the user to navigate and play audio bigger and created icons for them. We also made the stars on the cuddling slide smaller and the audio on all slides louder so the kids wouldn’t have to put the tablet to their ears if they wanted to hear it. Despite not many kids coming to play our game, what I witnessed when kids, and a few adults, did play our game is that they were more interested in the slides themselves and didn’t play the audio that often. I also noticed that while the audio was louder, it was still hard to hear.