With the Memory Game widget you can easily create a simple memory game that the end user can play to find & match pairs of equal images.
Creating a memory game is really simple, just drag it from the Objects panel to the stage, position it on your page, then drag the images you want to include.
For each image added to the widget, PubCoder will actually add a pair of cards to the game: on the stage, only one of it will appear flipped, for previewing purposes, while of course the game will start with every card flipped for the end user:
Double click on the memory game placeholder on stage to edit the list of images, or use the selection inspector to edit generic settings.
Memory Game widget supports most of the Generic Object Properties, plus the ones listed below. To edit properties of a Memory Game widget, select it and use the selection inspector at the right of your project window.
|Images||Click to open the to edit the list of images for the memory game|
|Crop ▹ Auto Crop Mode||One between Fill Object, Fit to Object and Center, defines how automatic cropping is applied to the front images of the card more informations|
|Back Image||The image to use for the back of the cards. Tip: The back image also defines the shape of the cards!|
|Zoom||Defines the size of the cards, relative to the chosen back image|
|Inner Margin||Defines the space, in pixels, between the back image and the card border|
|Outer Margin||Defines the space, in pixels, between the various cards|
|Cards ▹ Background Color||The background color to apply to the cards|
|Cards ▹ Border Color||The color to apply to the border of the cards|
|Cards ▹ Border Width||Defines the thickness, in pixels, of the border of the cards|
|Cards ▹ Corner Radius||The radius, in pixels of the border of the cards|
|Reveal Cards at Start||If enabled, the position of every card will be revealed to the user for a short period of time, defined by the Time child property, before the game starts|
|Flip Card Sound||Allows to optionally specify a sound that will be played when the end user flips a card|
The user tapped/clicked on a card to flip it
The user flipped two matching cards
The user flipped two mismatching cards
The user flipped all matching pairs of cards, thus completing the game
The game was just started
Memory game widget can be used as target of most Generic Actions and of the specific Start Memory Game action, that allows to (re)start the game, shuffling the cards of course.