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#Actualslicer4ever

Posted 31 March 2013 - 11:28 PM

Go
Don't know, I don't even know this game.

Hangman
Beginner level, hangman is pretty much just "reveal the letter" game, and in my opinion is probably one of the easiest things to program, just requires an understanding of strings.

Tic-Tac-Toe
Beginner level, the gameplay itself is incredibly simple.

Chess
Intermediate-advanced. the gameplay has alot of diffrent moving pieces, pieces can attack only a certain way. their's also things like castle move, and first move for pawns that need to be taken into consideration.

Connect Four
Beginner, maybe Intermediate. it's mostly just finding the next available slot to place your piece, and scanning the board for any possible win conditions.

Battleship
Intermediate, battleship could be thought of as an extension of tic-tac-toe, except with targeting specific spots on the board.

Checkers
Intermediate. checkers is a bit easier imo than chess, there's really only two types of pieces(king and regular), and there's a specific order to move/attack. Really checkers is imo what you should make before doing chess.


Of course none of my answers take into consideration building ai for the games, and only the gameplay itself.


EDIT: Fixed forum eating my post.

#2slicer4ever

Posted 31 March 2013 - 11:25 PM

<br /><strong>Go</strong><br />Don't know, I don't even know this game.<br /><br /><strong>Hangman</strong><br />Beginner level, hangman is pretty much just "reveal the letter" game, and in my opinion is probably one of the easiest things to program, just requires an understanding of strings.<br /><br /><strong>Tic-Tac-Toe</strong><br />Beginner level, the gameplay itself is incredibly simple.<br /><br /><strong>Chess</strong><br />Intermediate-advanced. the gameplay has alot of diffrent moving pieces, pieces can attack only a certain way. their's also things like castle move, and first move for pawns that need to be taken into consideration.<br /><br /><strong>Connect Four</strong><br />Beginner, maybe Intermediate. it's mostly just finding the next available slot to place your piece, and scanning the board for any possible win conditions.<br /><br /><strong>Battleship</strong><br />Intermediate, battleship could be thought of as an extension of tic-tac-toe, except with targeting specific spots on the board.<br /><br /><br /><strong>Checkers</strong><br />Intermediate. checkers is a bit easier imo than chess, there's really only two types of pieces(king and regular), and there's a specific order to move/attack. Really checkers is imo what you should make before doing chess.<br /><br /><br />Of course none of my answers take into consideration building ai for the games, and only the gameplay itself.


EDIT: Sure forum, just eat my post=-\

#1slicer4ever

Posted 31 March 2013 - 11:24 PM

<br /><strong>Go</strong><br />Don't know, I don't even know this game.<br /><br /><strong>Hangman</strong><br />Beginner level, hangman is pretty much just "reveal the letter" game, and in my opinion is probably one of the easiest things to program, just requires an understanding of strings.<br /><br /><strong>Tic-Tac-Toe</strong><br />Beginner level, the gameplay itself is incredibly simple.<br /><br /><strong>Chess</strong><br />Intermediate-advanced. the gameplay has alot of diffrent moving pieces, pieces can attack only a certain way. their's also things like castle move, and first move for pawns that need to be taken into consideration.<br /><br /><strong>Connect Four</strong><br />Beginner, maybe Intermediate. it's mostly just finding the next available slot to place your piece, and scanning the board for any possible win conditions.<br /><br /><strong>Battleship</strong><br />Intermediate, battleship could be thought of as an extension of tic-tac-toe, except with targeting specific spots on the board.<br /><br /><br /><strong>Checkers</strong><br />Intermediate. checkers is a bit easier imo than chess, there's really only two types of pieces(king and regular), and there's a specific order to move/attack. Really checkers is imo what you should make before doing chess.<br /><br /><br />Of course none of my answers take into consideration building ai for the games, and only the gameplay itself.

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