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Title: Hangman


1
Hangman
  • Pedro Alves
  • Ryan Hurd

2
Project Description
  • This is a game of Hangman using GUIs.
  • The code is written in JAVA.
  • The game has many things included in it such as
    1-2 player mode, word libraries, pop-up fields,
    rounds, and a picture that changes when you miss
    a letter.

3
Solutions
  • Using classes and having functions that call
    functions, we are able to link the abilities of
    buttons, text fields, and pop-ups.
  • The 2 player game may be different in
    implementation, but calls many of the same
    functions as the 1 player game.
  • We utilized a complexity algorithm, inherited
    classes, assertions, and data structures in our
    program.

4
Results
  • Our results consist of a separate window with
    many qualities similar to most window based
    systems(GUIs).
  • The player is allowed to start a game (1 or 2
    player) at any time it is running.
  • When the player loses the answer is given.
  • A player cannot enter a repeated letter.
  • The missed letters appear in a panel on the GUI.

5
Job Division
  • The project was divided but, in order to save us
    confusion and debugging problems, we mostly did
    everything together.

6
Future Projects.
  • This project could be further extended by adding
    more visual effects such as putting a real
    picture in place of the stick figure.
  • Sounds
  • Adding more options, players, modes of play, etc.

7
References
  • Book References
  • David Arnow and Gerald Weiss, JAVA An
    Object-oriented Approach. Brooklyn College of
    City University of New York Addison-Wesley 2000.
  • Internet References
  • Java.sun.com lthttp//java.sun.comgt
  • Java Tutorials Page lthttp//www.eimc.brad.ac.uk
    /java/tutorial/Project/content.htmgt by Mike
    Wilks, 1996
  • Software References
  • Sun One Studio 4 update 1, Community Edition
    Tutorials
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