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So I'm at a loss of what to do once the card games are done. I can do Othello, I hate the game but chances are some of you like it. I can also work on AI for chess, but it won't be very good.
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Have you ever heard of the game Squares. I used to play as a child, but its paper based and not sure who made it up. It's basically a grid of dots and each person takes a turn joining two dots. When the last side makes a square that person wins the square. The games proceeds along those lines until no more dots to join. The winner being the player with most completed squares.
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I was already attracted to Data for some reason (I'm a technomancer), this just pushes it off the edge
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Finished Blackjack in about an hour. It's not as impressive as it sounds since I'm just porting my VB6 code to B4A, and the majority of it is the card API which I already had done.

Why am I even doing card games?
-It bugs me that the GAME section is so much emptier than the others
-I have multiple card games done in VB6, and porting code is easier than writing code from scratch
-They played card games in Star Trek (Poker, Fizbin) so I have an excuse

I'm also considering cloning Arkanoid/BlockBreaker, because:
-Star Trek: Bridge Commander had it (on the original Enterprise's bridge)
-I've done it in VB6, and porting would be easy

But since ST:BC did it already, that ironically both gives me reason to, and reason not to. Although I could do it better.
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Blackjack ended up being 114 lines of code. Roughly the same as the 2048 clone if you account for blank lines (for cleaner code)
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I typically avoid the tiny Facebook/cellphone fad games like angry birds so I never played 2048 till yesterday. It's a simple puzzle game where you have an X by X grid, and random tiles on it. You can tilt the board in any of the 4 cardinal directions and all the tiles fall in that direction. If two tiles of the same type fall into each other they merge and become one level higher. One random tile appears with each tilt, so if the board fills up its game over

Im considering adding it to the board game engine in 3d
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I have an idea for the launcher I will email you.
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I dont know, did I post this?
No more worries about putting food on the table.
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Why did I ask for those LLAP selfies? It was a task for a charity scavenger hunt I was doing. Here is what we made with your help! And I put it into Guinness to see if it makes a world record!
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That is AWESOME
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come to put humanity on trial once more
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Former Star Trek: The Next Generation star Patrick Stewart figures his days on the Enterprise have come to an end.
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I have cloned 2048. I've include 4*4, 5*5, 6*6 and 3D. I've called it 8589934592 (2048 cubed) its roughly 124 lines of code.

I added the dpad cause there was no other intuitive way of doing controls. I considered marking different tiles blue and clicking them acted as a dpad, but as I said, not intuitive.

I'm considering doing a 3D version of Othello (A NES game I hated, ironically)
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The corners of the dpad act as shift up/down a level.
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WHY DIDNT YOU TELL ME!?!?!
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Back in the days when VHS tapes were the only way to rewatch episodes of your favorite series, and when the closest thing to tablets and smartphones were the plastic padds used by Star Trek characters, fans had one massive repository of Trek knowledge available at their fingertips: the Star Trek ...
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A page for my LCARS UI clone for Android
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A clone of Mike Okuda's famous LCARS graphical user interface

Gene Roddenberry's contract includes a clause allowing any company able to create functioning technology to use the name. As such, I have created a functioning LCARS UI.

I have included a few layouts, and intend to do more. Some I can't take a screenshot of, cause screenshots are taken too slow and mix frames together since the program supports animations.

Feel free to contact me with suggestions