Word Game - just for fun


#1

Hi All,

In case you were wondering about the Word Game shown in this post about groov 2, I’ve attached the strategy and PAC Display project which let you guess a word or phrase, a little like “Wheel of Fortune” (but you don’t have to buy any vowels).

Adding a page in [I]groov [/I]is pretty easy and fun too, I used a handful of different gadgets as pictured in that other post.

In PAC display I leveraged the newish drop-down option for letter selection.

Have fun with this “toy”!

-OptoMary

9.3 Basic strategy & PAC Display project:
WordGame.Archive.D12242013.T142513.zip (10.7 KB)
WordGame.UUI_Archive_2013-12-24_14-24-09.zip (2.64 KB)


#2

Hi All,

Given the amount of damage I saw due to gophers near my house this weekend, I thought this latest little game might appeal to others with yards (or fans of “Caddyshack”).

If you’ve not tried groov yet FOR FREE! I strongly encourage you to try it yourself. Building a game for your phone is even more fun than playing one, and groov Server for Windows can load on the same PC as PAC Sim which of course is included for free along with PAC Control & PAC Display basic in our [URL=“http://www.opto22.com/site/downloads/dl_drilldown.aspx?aid=3172”]PAC Project Demo download [click here].

You can load it on a laptop at home and become a mobile app developer in minutes, impress all your friends, and write your own game to play on your smartphone. Or just load and play this little game and get out your gopher frustrations.


Here’s what the gophers are looking like in PAC Display:


Here’s the PAC Control strategy & PAC Display Project (9.3 Basic):
PAC-Control9.3FunAndGames.Archive.D01132014.T142959.zip (13.3 KB)
PAC-Display9.3WordGame.UUI_Archive_2014-01-13_14-30-19.zip (39.5 KB)

The [I]groov[/I] Archive was too big to upload onto the forums but let me know if you’re interested and I’ll load it somewhere else. (Half the fun is building the screens, anyway.)

I did use a bit of a trick here to make the image of the gopher appear then disappear. I set the “True” color of an LED to be black, and the “False” color to be the same color as the SVG image, so it’s “invisible” when the value is false. I borrowed that trick from my very clever graphic designer coworker!


Here’s the gopher, in case you’d like to include him in your next [I]groov [/I]page:
GoodGopher.zip (3.11 KB)

Have fun!

-OptoMary