looking for a simple but fun, multi-colored word game that looks and functions like a slot machine. The goal is to have a fun game to help teach English phrases.
Like a traditional looking slot machine there are three components (slots) which spin or turn. Instead of images that need to match up, each slot will display part of a phrase--a "subphrase". For example the phrase: Let's have lunch tomorrow. "Let's" would be in slot 1, "have lunch" would be in slot 2 and "tomorrow" would be in slot 3.
At each pull of the handle the slots "spin" and stop on one of the "subphrases" at random (in slot 1, 2 or 3). The other two slots will display three options (each) to add to the "subphrase" to make it a correct phrase. The player must choose the additions to the original "subphrase" to make a correct sentence. To move onto the next sentence, the player pulls the handle.
This application would need to be coded so that the "subphrase" appears randomly in slot 1, 2, or 3 and the other two slots would display options.
(For example, the subphrase in slot 1 (Let's) would show slots 2 and 3 with options for completing the phrase. The subphrase in slot 2 (have lunch) would show slots 1 and 3 with options for completing the phrase. And the subphrase in slot 3 (tomorrow) would show slots 1 and 2 with options for completing the phrase.)
Example with the subphrase in slot 2:
I wouldn't have lunch the dog food.
Need to in those clothes.
There are sound files attached to this application that will read the correct phrase each time it is constructed. And we already have a pre-made tool for loading sound files into flash.
On a technical level, we want to be able to change the input via database (i.e. a .txt or .xls file). Also, to save the results for the user.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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