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For this project, you will create a simple text adventure game. Your player should be provided with a game "world" that has the following features;Each group member should provide at least one function corresponding to an area/room to explore. Each room/area should provide the player with a brief description and objects or characters for the player to interact with.;The game should have (at least) one value that tracks the player's progress (wealth, health, experience points, etc.).;The player needs to be able to enter commands (a direction, identify an object to pick up, etc.);The game should "hold together". That is, it should have a consistent theme. Do not neglect your game's narrative -- try and draw your player in to the game world with an interesting story.;You are free to use ASCII art from the web (provided you give credit to your sources in your documentation).;You are free to go above and beyond the specifications above.;Objectives;continue to practice using C++ decisions (if/else/switc);continue to practice using C++ loops;design, implement, and test C++ functions;Requirements;Each individual group member's contribution (especially their room/area/function) needs to include their name. If you wrote the function, put your name in comments at the top of the function.;Your program must compile and run without errors.;Each individual's function must be substantial. That is, each function must have a description and offer the player choices to be made.;The game must be playable;The player must be able to enter commands or select menu options.;Each room must have an object, character, or puzzle for the player to interact with;The player's progress must be measured in at least one (1) way, such as a score, wealth, or health;Bonus Features;Add the ability to save the game so that the user can continue playing later.;Add a "high score" board.;Maintain more than one attribute for the player (for example both health and wealth).


Paper#65644 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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