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Unhappy Help me build an Alice game - 08-05-2009, 03:25 AM

I'm trying to make an educational game that I'm calling Math Sharpshooter for my son to play. He's in to shooting type games. I basically envision a world with 1 building a lot of trees, rocks, bushes, etc. for cover. The concept is youíre a guy with a gun (obviously) and youíre presented with a math problem on the screen. When the problem is shown you have the 3 math agents leave the building which is all thinking of the answer. You are to pick the correct agent with the answer and shoot him. Then it starts over with you gradually getting to harder and harder problems. I picture all this, but just started working with Alice and am not very good. My question is if anyone would be willing to make this game for me? I can even pay you for your time through PayPal or something. Please let me know. I'm really eager to present this to my son. He's having problems in math, and I think this would help him. Thanks!
   
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Default 08-05-2009, 11:56 AM

I can make something simple (no charge), but, in my opinion, if you want to make it special and make progress in your Alice lessons, you and your son should make it together.


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Talking Thanks - 08-12-2009, 04:43 AM

Wow if you could do that, that would be great! Thanks a million!!
   
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