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For a school project i have to create a game for my class and i was thinking about an really good, but original idea. I came up with what if i made my own versions of Scene-it. I going to look over the disk later to see how it is set up, but i was just wondering if anyone has an idea if this is possible or not, and how might this will be attempted. Thank you all for any help. [Edited by - spitfire199 on January 30, 2007 10:58:22 PM]

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Guest Anonymous Poster
WTF is scene-it?

Make Pong, Pong is simple.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
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ok, looks like its a board game
yeah you can totally do that, just get some cardboard and crayons

the hard parts gonna be coming up with a couple thousand trivia questions and answers
and finding a friend with a camcorder and some actors to do whatever trivia skits you want to base any questions on

uhh, pretty much absolutely no programming as far as i can tell.
So, why are you asking Here??


Seriously, program Hangman, or Mastermind, those make great classroom games. Nothing like 20 players disagreeing and shouting out random answers to make a simple old game a heck of a lot more challenging.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Hey sorry guys i thought this website was useful

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Can't often trust the APs to be... tackful in the way they state things.

Anyway, to do something like Scene-It is really more along the lines of a complicated DVD menu than programming. You'll probably have better luck looking into something along the lines of Adobe Encore for this sort of thing.

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