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== Description ==
 
== Description ==

Revision as of 22:23, 29 April 2018

Status: Released
v1.0.0 released 2018-04-30
Group Members: Regina Locicero,Aidan Kahrs,Quintin Reed,Calvin Wu
Sugar Snake is a fun multiplication practice game. It was made for the IGME-582 (Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software) final project at Rochester Institute of Technology. It is based on the python snake game Plaked.
Sugar Snake start screen

Description

Sugar Snake is a fun multiplication practice game. You play a snake eating yummy "multapples" with the goal to be the largest snake ever! But watch out! Eating the wrong answers will send you off course!

To Do

Clean up the graphics especially how the snake appears in game. Add difficulty levels to allow for varying degrees of math problems. Test different implementations of the game, i.e. eating wrong problem would reduce size, not be a game over. Create a nice icon for the Sugar OS to recognize as an activity.

Contributors

Regina Locicero

Aidan Kahrs

Quintin Reed

Calvin Wu

Licensing

The code is under MIT license. The art assets in the asset folder are under CC BY 4.0.