I. Learner Objectives:
At the conclusion of this programming assignment, participants should be able to: Design, implement and test classes in C++
Apply game or application design principles
Implement and apply inheritance and polymorphism
Apply graphics to a solution
Before starting this programming assignment, participants should be able to: Analyze a basic set of requirements for a problem
Compose basic C++ language programs
Describe what is inheritance
Create basic test cases for a program
Apply arrays, strings, and pointers
Declare and define constructors
Declare and define destructors
Compare and contrast public and private access specifiers in C++ Describe what is an attribute or data member of a class Describe what is a method of a class
Apply and implement overloaded functions
Distinguish between pass-by-value and pass-by-reference Discuss classes versus objects
III. Overview & Requirements:
NOTE: I will be grading your assignment! Please be sure to clearly identify your team members and corresponding lab sections in a readme.txt file that is added to your “Resource Files” folder in your project. Only one of your team members will be required to submit a solution!!! Since some of your solutions may exceed the upload limits accepted by OSBLE+, you will need to transfer your solution to my computer via a flash drive or provide me with a link to your solution online.
For this final assignment, you are required to create a solution, as a team (you may have a team of up to 4 members), to a game or graphical application of your choice! Some game possibilities are listed below:
• Texas Hold ’em
Your goal for the assignment is build a complete graphical, and possibly networked, game or application. As a team you must ultimately decide how you will implement graphics. You have many tools and library options available to implement the graphics portion of the assignment. Some include the Unreal Engine, SFML, Qt, SDL, Allegro, DirectX,
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OpenGL, etc. Please be sure to also add some directions of how to play the game or use your application.
Aside from the requirements listed in the above paragraph, you are free to complete this assignment as you see fit. During our normally scheduled class period on Wednesday, December 6, we will have a Gamefest! At which point you will need to allow other students in the class play your game or use your application.
Have fun with this assignment!
IV. Submitting Assignments:
1. Only one of your team members will submit your assignment solution. Using the OSBLE+ MS VS plugin, please submit your solution. Please visit https://github.com/WSU-HELPLAB/OSBLE/wiki/Submitting-an-Assignment for more information about submitting using OSBLE+. You must upload your solutions as
2. Your .zip file should contain a project workspace. Your project folder must have at least one header file (a .h file), two C++ source files (which must be .cpp files), and project workspace. Delete the debug folder before you zip your project folders.
3. Your project must build properly. The most points an assignment can receive if it does not build properly is 200 out of 300.
V. Grading Guidelines:
This assignment is worth 300 points. Your assignment will be evaluated based on a successful compilation and adherence to the program requirements. We will grade according to the following criteria:
25 pts – Appropriate design, style, and commenting according to class standards
100 pts – Design and implementation of main game play or application (along with user directions of how to play).
You must apply inheritance and polymorphism!
100 pts – Implementation of graphics
25 pts – Creativity and originality in implementation of the game/application 50 pts – Demo
50 pts BONUS – Implementation of network communication