About Cookie Search
Most recent release: version 10.
The Cookie Search Activity is a simple mine-sweeper-type game.
Where to get Cookie Search
The source code is available on GitHub.
Using Cookie Search
- Activity Button
- Opens Activity Toolbar
- New Game Button
- Launches new game
- Stop Button
- Exit activity
- Activity title
- Write to Journal
- Share Button
- Copy Scores Button
- Copies score history to Clipboard (to be loaded into Activities/Chart).
How to play
Hidden cookies are under the cells.
Clear the board by clicking on the cells.
You can click on either the turtle or the red cookie. If a turtle is clicked, and the cell contains a hidden cookie, you lose the game. Otherwise, a number is shown; how many surrounding cells contain hidden cookies. If there are no surrounding cookies, the cell is blank, and the surrounding cells are revealed. When you determine that a cell contains a hidden cookie, click on the red cookie to mark it as such. When you change your mind, right-click to mark it as unknown.
After all cookies have been marked, and all turtles clicked on, the game will be won.
The game starts with one hidden cookie, and each win the number of cookies is increased.
Winning Game: http://youtu.be/NKRKTm-w0Ig
Losing Game: http://youtu.be/RgCx4vgYx78
Learning with Cookie Search
Cookie Search is a exercise in logic.
Modifying Cookie Search
- Replace the artwork with your own designs. (Note that the way in which the program distinguishes between the turtle and the cookie is by looking at the red component of the image. Pixels with red values between 190 and 210 are "cookie"; all other values are considered turtle.)
Your suggestions for enhancements and/or use cases...
Where to report problems
You can soon report bugs and make feature requests on our bug-tracking system (You need to create an account first). To list all open tickets of CookieSearch you can use query component=CookieSearch. You are also welcome to leave comments/suggestions on the Talk:Activities/Cookie Search page.
Cookie Search was written and is maintained by User:Walter.