The Great Debate is playable!

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April 18th, 2015 11:54 pm


The Great Debate is playable!  Well, there is only one puzzle and no funny MadLibs like conversations yet, but it works!  You can play as Albert Einstein matching wits against Neil deGrasse Tyson in a battle of wits.  Try to figure out what makes certain words score higher than others and earn more points in 10 rounds to win!

I’ve got most of the art finished.  Tomorrow is all content, music, bug smashing, and polish!  Now I’m off to bed!  I’m typing with all exclamation marks because I’m really tired!

Play here!

Note: There is no victory screen, so you will have to imagine an awesome one if you do win.

Note 2: There is at least one bug.  It isn’t a game stopper, but if you click on something other than a choice in the box you automatically answer the same thing as your opponent.  Annoying, but not game breaking.  This should just give you an idea of how it is going to play when finished.

3 Responses to “The Great Debate is playable!”

  1. Catman says:

    Cool! I’m doing something similar in my spare time (not for LD) using N-grams and sentence generation 😀

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