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Flash Game: Like a board game

This project was awarded to razC for $680 USD.

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Project Description

We are a new company, looking for a flash-programmer to design a series of flow-chart presentations, disguised with graphics and pre-programmed "moves" to make the user believe that he/she is playing a game rather than viewing a slide-show. Graphics requirements include the "game board", with some visual means of displaying the "player" on the "game board", and the "player's" moves. There would also need to be a simple numerical display, imitating a "random-number generator" (from 1 to 5) - to create the illusion of random moves. There will be a total of eight, parallel presentations. The presentations are all synchonized to the same "game board" so there will no need for separate game maps. The only other graphics requirement is to change screens to a text page when/where the "player" sees "events": the pre-programmed presentation. These "events" will be sandwiched around non-event generating moves, with no significance other than to get the player from one "event" to the next. There would also need to be a simple game-conclusion sequence, providing the option to "play" again. Functionality is obviously the most important consideration. Beyond that, we would be looking for a very, visually striking game-board, in keeping with the program theme, and a very dramatic-but-readable display of the text for each "event". While the concept of the "game" is simple we would be expecting a final product with seamless, playability and a professional display which will serve to promote our company.

## Deliverables

We need a flash game made similar to [url removed, login to view] although it will not need to be half as dynamic, meaning that we have all the information that we want to present. The outcome will always be the same we just want to present that in a "game" manner. So that it's a little more interesting. The user "icon" will move forward and backwards on the board "squares" according to the event that is triggered. The eventual outcome though will be the same. We would like the option to be able to update and change the information that will be in the game. We have 8 different flow charts, each 8 will be a different presentation. We would like this to happen randomly so that a user could reload the flash game and get a different scenario to "play" / go through. We would like this to have fairly nice graphics and have the option to insert "sponsor" banners or images at the start and the finish of the game. As well as our company logo throughout the game in some form. It could be on the game board, the players "icon" or etc.

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