Emmanule Feranato : https://www.emanueleferonato.com/ both Phaser 2 and 3 content go over how to make a game from scratch.
5.1: Exercise Competition:
Three girls Jenny, Kelly, and Barb are enrolled in an exercise class. One day after class the three decide to have a friendly competition to see how many sets of 10 repetitions of running in place each can do before getting tired. Barb decides to go first and gets tired at 10 repetitions. Kelly goes next and she gets tired at 20 repetitions. Jenny, who has been in the exercise class for the longest, goes next. She gets tired at 30 repetitions.
Create a world that suites the competition.
ExerciseGirlclass that you created in chapter 5.
EACH Assignment below requires the use of a parameter in some way. If you do not have a parameter, as described, you will lose a lot of credit.
jumpingJack method to the
ExerciseGirl class. The method should make the object perform jumping jacks .
Marcello the magician has finally mastered his disappearing act. To perform the act, he places several items on a table in front of him. He stands with his right arm extended over an item. He says the magic word “Alakazam, Alakazee” and the object disappears. He repeats this procedure for each object on the table. Create a world in which Marcello (an instance of the Magician class from the People Collection) demonstrates his new act . In the magician object
We are going to create a variable numWins to keep track of how many times the user correctly beats the cpu.
This is how you increase the value of a variable by 1.
In the Part 2, we ended with a dilemma. If the user wants to play a second game, we need hide the objects that were chosen in the first game!
Note: all commands in alice have a duration. Since we want all 6 objects to immediately hide, s et the duration to 0 by clicking on more and selection duration as shown below:
So, now you should have a fully functional Rock, Paper, Scissors Game that should work similar to what you can see below (Still, there are some improvements that could be made ,see the bottom).
However, there are some improvements that we should make.
Improvement #1 : Keep track of how many times the user beats the computer. (required)
1 Create a variable called userChoice
2. Use the world ask user for a number function to store the user’s choice into that variable (Note: if the user chooses a number larger than 3 or less than 1 then they entered an invalid number, something to think about
3. Set the isShowing property of all 3 objects to be false . We will set the visibility to true , when the user chooses that object , later on .
Objective; If the user chooses rock, we need to show a rock; if the user chooses scissors, show a scissors, and the same for paper.
Use if/else and the value of userChoice and set the isShowing of either the rock , the paper or the scissors to true
We need to show what the CPU chooses!!
So, now we need to do a few things:
A) edit our if/else to consider what the user chose and what the cpu randomly chose (both/and)
B) add a second rock, paper and scissors object that represents the CPU’s choice
(note: I set the color of the CPU’s objects to red so I can more easily distinguish the cpu’s from the user choice’s objects)
C) Set isShowing to false for each of the cpuChoice’s objects
5. State who won the round or if the round was a draw :
7. The last line of your loop should ask the user if they want to play again.
Try playing the game a few times. You will notice that there is a problem, when you play multiple times
Can you see what is wrong with our current setup? The bug only applies to multiple games. If you play a single game and close Alice, you will not notice the problem.
As you can see above, when you start a second game, you can still see the rock and paper that were chosen in the first game.
Can you figure out how to fix the problem?
We are going to create a Rock, Paper, Scissors game using Alice loops and if/else ‘s
3.Add a while loop based on gamePlaying
4. Make a variable called cpuChoice. cpuChoice is a number This variable will represent what the computer randomly chooses (rock, paper or scissors)
5. Use the world function that generates a random number so that the random number is an integer between 1 and 3 , inclusive.
Store the return value of that random number generator into cpuChoice at the beginning of the loop
6. Debugging has many meanings. Experienced developers build debugging and logging into the development of their programs from the start.
7. Right click on cpuChoice and select watch this variable
8 .Now we have the computer randomly choosing either 1,2, or 3 and these numbers will represent rock, paper and scissors respectively
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