And here is my second interpretation of the card game known as "WAR." If you are wondering how it works, you should look at "Version 1" of this program (it is another program that I submitted). There is no documentation whatsoever of this program (as you can see), but it follows just about the same logic of the first game. This game is just easier to win at IMHO.
PenguinCards is a java-based card game. You can either play against computer or another player. On the board, there are card pairs and your aim is to find out these card pairs. The one who finds out more card pairs is the winner. Have fun!
PocketGrimoire is a utility for PocketPCs running Windows CE to get information about card text and rulings from the Oracle Card Database about the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game, as well as a life counter and match tracker.
This project involves the development of software to manage tournaments of Z-Man's collectable card game Shadowfist. This will include several modules including a Tournament Organiser to track players, do automatic matchups, and calculate scores.
A P2P card game, named Truco. It has a desentralized monitoring and reputation system. Build with Sun's JXTA framework.
Java Playing Cards API is designed to give developper a data model for cards and card game. It provide also graphical representation of the objects.There are 4 different themes for card representation.
"Blackjack 5.1" is a BlackJack card game for MATLAB. This is a very basic (head-on) Blackjack game with six decks of cards. You cannot split pairs (maybe in the future) in this game, but you can double up and make insurance bets.
This is the first version of a game that I wrote. If you have ever played a card game called "WAR," then you already should be familiar with one version of this game. Well, this is my first interpretation of the game. One little note...
WinPoker is a five-card draw version of the popular card game with nice graphics, played with a standard 52-card deck. Each hand starts with the option to pass or throw away selected cards. Discarded cards are replaced by new ones dealt from the...
Win32 console CRT unit. Full replacement of Turbo Pascal CRT unit. Been digging through some old code and found this. This unit is ready to go as is and may be usefulto anyone still programming in DOS text mode. The card game Spite and Malice...
yLife aims to be the Firefox of Yu-Gi-Oh!. Very user-friendly and useful for duellists/players/collectionners of Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. It is based on Modules : Card Explorer, Deck Builder,... It is powered by YCD : Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Database.
Stellaria: A Figure-Based Space Shooting Game
Stellari Studio, 2011.
Designed and Programmed by Mingjing Zhang
Vision Research Lab @...
This is a port and generalization of Magic Assistant (http://sourceforge.net/projects/mtgbrowser) to the NetBeans platform intended to be extensible and used with any card-based game.
The ultimate collection of beautiful solitaire card games. It is the collection of spectacular tableau images, melodic music and nice graphics. Several background and deck images, more than 5 minutes of digitized music. If you haven't tried any...
Matlab code to read analog signal coming from a daq or from your sound card. This code allows to display the data in real-time or when the acquisition finished.
The real-time visualization method is better for monitoring.
This was the Guitar Tuner demo from MATLAB Expo 2011. It receives analoginput from the sound card, and calculates the frequency using autocorrelation. This information is then displayed graphically, so that one may use it to tune an input pitch.
Rubik Cube Game - MATLAB toy.
ChangePointer.m - function for change of mouse pointer
Congr.m - function for creation figure with congratulation
CreateNewGame.m - function for creation of new game
I didn't have a copy of Spider Solitare, so I built one in Matlab. Have fun and enjoy.
Use the 'Game' menu to choose the level of difficulty (number of different suits). Click once on card you want to move and click on the column you...
This is a simple and straightforward demonstration of a 3D pool game using MATLAB.
There are 6 balls and you can pocket them in any order you want.