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2012/5/26

Solitaire 接龍

A simple solitaire game, for demostration of learning object-oriented programming.
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簡單的接龍遊戲,物件導向程式設計示範教學用途。
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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Jul 01 14:19:49 UTC 2012 * Reorganized with the teaching plan.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Jul 19 17:29:29 UTC 2012 * Added high scores and ranking, using UserInfo from Greenfoot 2.2.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Jul 19 17:45:45 UTC 2012 * Updated an score board offset error when user is not logged in.
winnerpigwinnerpig

2012/7/20

台湾美眉的作品呵,顶起!
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Jul 22 04:14:05 UTC 2012 * Moved all the score board functions to the ScoreBoard class, keeping the code clean.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Jul 22 04:41:10 UTC 2012 * Use addToWorld() instead of the constructor in ScoreBoard. It is more natural and easier to obtain the world from addToWorld().
imacatimacat

2012/7/29

winnerpig: 謝謝~ ^_*'
MatheMagicianMatheMagician

2012/9/29

Could you make it so that instead of flipping over the cards on at a time, it flipped over three, but you can use the card on top!
imacatimacat

2012/9/30

MatheMagician: If you look into the code, that part is easy. ^^; I did not do that because that is not part of the subjects I would like the students to learn about. Students can does that themselves, if they like.
danpostdanpost

2012/9/30

There is a bug, in that buried cards can be moved to the ward with over cards going there also. That is, a 6h-5c-4d can be moved to Ah-2h-3h-4h-5h, making it Ah-2h-3h-4h-5h-6h-5c-4d; the 5d can then be played there (with cards above it, if any).

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