creating a flash-based "memory" quiz

  • Status Completed
  • Budget $250 - $750 USD
  • Total Bids 21

Project Description

Your task is to CREATE THE TECHNICAL FOUNDATION for a standalone (NOT browser-based) flash quiz which does the following:

- the user has to choose from different levels of difficulty (5-7 levels)

- depending on level of difficulty the quiz displays a certain amount of items (pictures) which the user has to memorize

- these items get displayed for a predefined amount of time, eg. 10 seconds (a countdown should be shown)

- after the countdown finishes, the items disappear and the user has to add the items he can memorize to a "basket"

- the user can collect the items using a standard USB-barcode scanner (the items shown on within the application are also shown on a large board and each item has a barcode on it)

- the user scans the barcode (which simply represents an identifying digit for use within the application) - the barcode represents a simple digit-string to identify the scanned item

- after scanning the corresponding item is shown on the screen and marked as correct / incorrect guess

- if correct guess the item goes into the basket and the user can continue to collect items

- if the user has collected all items a success-message should be shown and user can choose to proceed to a higher level = memorizing more items)


- building the technical foundation / application-logics within actionscript to provide the above described funtionality. the goal is to have a documented, executable flash-application that can then be further modified and styled by us (so you have to provide sources with the created work)

- instead of the BARCODE-SCANNING - a simple input-field (using -kay to make inputs) should be provided to collect items.

the work should be finished within 14 days.

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