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[java] Can you show me how to design game puyo by java

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Purpose: ---------- The goal of this exercise is to develop a JAVA version of Puyo-Puyo, a variation of the Tetris game. We are interested in seeing your code writing skills, style and logic. Don't hesitate to comment on your code in order to make it as clear as possible. Please do not browse the web (or any other source of information) to find the code of this program already developed. anyway feel free to browse the web to find a playable version of the game for reference. The purpose of this exercise is purely a skill assessment, and gameplay implementation ability. Rules of Game: --------------- * Spheres come down from the top of the game board in pairs. A player can rotate them on their way down. * Spheres come in 4 different colors: red, blue, green, and yellow * Linking four spheres of the same color (horizontally, vertically or both(as in tetris)) removes them from the game board, allowing any sphere remaining to drop and fill the vacated space. This may lead to several possible "chain combos" if additional colors match. * The game board can be any size you want (we recommend 6x12) * Note that the pair of spheres are not linked to each other. If one sphere is blocked because there is something underneath, the other one will continue falling (with no player control over it) until it reaches something. The Zip Files Contain: * 4 pictures of the spheres * A screenshot of the game as it should look as stated before, feel free to browse the web to find a playable version of the game for reference if some rules are unclear. To Submit: ------------ Please submit a java console application that will open a window and start the game. You may attach a separate text file that documents player controls and any other comments (as gameplay improvements, bugs not corrected, any comment that will help evaluate your submission...) important: - JAVA only - java console application (not an applet)

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Please do not browse the web (or any other source of information) to find the code of this program already developed.


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They get Puyo Puyo in Viet Nam while here I have to follow Unified Process to develop frickin Boggle.

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Sorry but asking us to write an entire game for you is just not going to work. You cannot expect complete strangers on an Internet forum to dedicate hours/days/weeks of their precious time to develop a game for you just because you need to finish some homework assignment.

Get started writing some code first, and try to do things for yourself. If you run into problems while coding, then ask us for help. If you do not do things for yourself then you will never learn anything.

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That's rich, he just pasted the assignement, not even bothering to add a message.

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The phrasing of the sentence "We are interested in seeing your code writing skills, style and logic." make it sound like it is part of an application process rather than just homework. If you're looking for somebody to do your work for you now, you're going to crash and burn badly if you ever get admitted to wherever you're applying.

I'm closing this thread now. If you want to discuss it, send me a private message.

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