So, about nine months ago, I was issued a homework for Chemistry, which was to research Titration. However, seeing as both me and my Chemistry teacher are gamers, the natural thing to do was to create a game, right?
Two months later, I had done just that. Just recently, I stumbled upon the game sitting among my school work on my USB, so I thought, why not share it with you guys?
A few notes of warning before you play:
This game has a tendancy to make people quite annoyed.
Everything has a square hitbox (software limitations*) and will explode when it collides with anything. Fun, right?
The game window cannot be resized (software limitations*)
The art is terrible because I did it using a very sensitive mouse, in Paint.NET.
You will need to turn your volume down. Way down.
It requires Java to play!
* It was written in a brilliant but somewhat limiting program called Greenfoot, and so there are some annoyances in it that you will no doubt notice. I can't do anything about these, sorry.
P.S. If you happen to experience a crash (I think I've patched the only crash I've ever had, but you can never be too sure) please tell me, so I can work towards a fix.
Apologies! It appears I have uploaded an old, broken version (for those who want to know specifically what the problem is, it is that every time the play button is pressed, an object is created with an invalid constructor, and so it crashes the VM and the simulation stops). I'm finding the most recent version now, bear with me.
This is rich! I love it XD The acid cup breaks whenever you touch with your thumb. Hell, everthing breaks when you touch it with your thumb! XP
Yes, I am rather proud of the exploding animation :P
Also, for those wondering about the product placement, my Chemistry teacher was about to buy a next-gen console and I was trying to get him to buy an Xbox One over a PS4. It failed, and he got a Wii U :(
Dab1001 wrote: Also, for those wondering about the product placement, my Chemistry teacher was about to buy a next-gen console and I was trying to get him to buy an Xbox One over a PS4. It failed, and he got a Wii U :(
My checklist for new consoles is simply "on which can I play Halo?"
If this is a fancy way of asking the game scripted phone call is played by phone, email, text, anything that transmits a message and is designed to by spied on by say, the fbi, google, or the united nations. Then, you hold a pretend to be true conversation using absolotly every word that they highlight for focus on the most, such as bomb, terrorist, genocide, weapon, top-secret, classified, gun, attack, drug(s), and of corse, monkey. Their for purposefully causing them to panic.