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ssotc2009:group02 [2009/08/23 18:29]
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   * Erik Taavila (eepi)   * Erik Taavila (eepi)
   * Petri Heinilä (hevi)   * Petri Heinilä (hevi)
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 +Final screenshot of working game application
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 +{{:​ssotc2009:​plusone_photo2.jpg|Photo on the final app screen}}
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 ==== IDEA ====  ==== IDEA ==== 
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 //Two player challenge each other in memory game. Game is in N810 screen where each players has 5 sound buttons to press. First player press 1 sound button. Second player responds to it and adds one sound more to memory sequence. First player the responds to 2 sounds and adds one sound more. Second responds to 3, first to 4, second to 5 and so on. The player who make first error in correct order in sound sequence loses and other player wins.// //Two player challenge each other in memory game. Game is in N810 screen where each players has 5 sound buttons to press. First player press 1 sound button. Second player responds to it and adds one sound more to memory sequence. First player the responds to 2 sounds and adds one sound more. Second responds to 3, first to 4, second to 5 and so on. The player who make first error in correct order in sound sequence loses and other player wins.//
  
 +Initial schetcing of UI layout
 {{:​ssotc2009:​first_layout2.png|Initial idea on the UI}} {{:​ssotc2009:​first_layout2.png|Initial idea on the UI}}
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-{{:​ssotc2009:​plusone_photo2.jpg|Photo on the final app screen}} 
  
 **+1 Memory Game** is a musical game software where two or more users compete with each other in recognizing what musical notes the opponent played in recent turn. Also this game will be developed with an intention to teach users the various basic musical notations like guitar chords or drum notes or piano chords. **+1 Memory Game** is a musical game software where two or more users compete with each other in recognizing what musical notes the opponent played in recent turn. Also this game will be developed with an intention to teach users the various basic musical notations like guitar chords or drum notes or piano chords.