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PROJECT TITLE: “The Adventure Of Tintin” (Spot the Difference Game)

PROJECT PROPONENTS: Darryl May A. Garan
Christine C. Requeron

DESCRIPTION: Spot the Difference – Test your speed and skills and see how fast you can find the five differences between the two pictures. You have one minute for each puzzle, but beware, if you click in a spot without a difference you will lose valuable time and points. See how high you can get your score and challenge your friends to beat it.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Open to all ages (except to those who have eye difficulties)

Rationale

Rationale

Spot the difference  is a type of puzzle where players must find a set number of differences between two otherwise similar images, whether they are illustrations or photographs that have been altered with photo manipulation. Spot the difference games are also known as “Photo Hunt” games, and are commonly found in activity books for children or in newspapers. It’s a game for the most desperate brain crashers! If you want to check your attention and prove your eyes are really observant - welcome to see what's what in the game. The main task is to find the differences and click. There are panels above and below the two pictures that will show your progress. And choices what level you want to play it that composed of: Easy, Normal and Hard. Each object seems the same at first but in fact there are 5 or more differences between the images.

You can take on the role of a discerning detective as you spot the differences between. Spot the difference is not just a game, but also an opportunity to hone your observation skills. The click-based controls are easy to pick up even for a young child, but the puzzles are still engaging enough to entertain children and adults alike. Spot the difference is perfect game for gamers of all ages and experience. With this fun and exciting new spot-the-differences game, you cannot help but feel yourself become immersed in a brand new world of intriguing puzzles.

Storyboard

Storyboard

Scene1: First, the player will click the enter button to start the game.

Scene2: Next scene is an introduction video. The player will click the SKIP button if he/she don’t want to watch the video to proceed.

Scene3: In this scene the player will see an instruction on how to play the game and after reading the player will click the PLAY THE GAME! button.

Scene4: Next scene, the player will going to choose three option level it composed of: EASY, NORMAL and HARD.

Scene5: After choosing the level, the player will now play the game!

Scene6: This scene will appear if the player successfully spotted all the object within the given time.

Scene7: If the player lose in the game this scene will appear.

Navigation

Map

Navigation Map

WELCOME
INTRODUCTION

INSTRUCTION

LEVELS

HARD...
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