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Mon Jeu De Console: A C# console game

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A Windows console game I wrote during my study at NIIT as part of my project requirements. It was originally called "Shuffle" but I renamed it to show off how much "French" I knew.Originally named "Shuffle," this game is strangely addictive!

Mon Jeu De Console (codenamed MJDC; a French phrase which means, when translated into English, "My Console Game") is a Windows console game I developed during my study at NIIT as part of my project requirements. It was originally called "Shuffle" but I renamed it to show off how much French I knew. It is written in C# on top of the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.

How to play

The game is pretty simple and straight-forward. It starts with a shuffled set of numbers (1-8 and 0) in a 3x3 grid format. The player's task is to arrange the numbers sequentially by moving the number "0" around. When all the numbers have been placed at their correct positions, the player may press "E" to verify. The catch is to make the least number of moves as possible.

Download

Both the complete source code and the pre-compiled executable program are freely available for download. Note, however, that the executable requires that the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 is installed on the computer prior to running it. The source code have been compressed into a ZIP archive to save disk space and bandwidth. Click the appropriate link below to download.

PackageDescriptionSize
mjdc-0.1.zipMon Jeu De Console 0.1 executable binary23.62 KB
mjdc-0.1-src.zipMon Jeu De Console 0.1 complete source code28.15 KB

The license that comes with this software (both the source code and compiled binaries) allows you to distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as you credit the author for the original creation. See the in-package LICENSE.txt for additional information.

Comments (2)

  1. Asvin KumarAsvin Kumar
    Jan 26, 2016 04:58 GMT

    Hello !
    Can you please give me the complete source code for VocEnhancer Program?

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Jan 26, 2016 08:57 GMT

      Sorry, Asvin. I don't have the source code for VocEnhancer. I only worked on Shuffle.

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