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V200_team-399

Description

Filed in Games.

Bidding: Show your Bidding Skill
It is two player(or single player with computer). In these game, user sign and invite any user who is also login to our website. Any User can select any online user from select box and send the request for playing game. User will instantaneously see any result as we have utilized the pusher service for these functionality. User can either accept or reject the request. If user accept, then both user(player) will present will single url without page refresh and they will have to click the url to join the game. Once they join, they can play the game.

Even page refresh during the game will not hinder the game, user can reconnect to other end of user who he was playing with.

How to Play Game:
Single Player:
When user will click 'practice' button, user will play with remote machine. User will see the object. When user will bid with some point(total point is 30), that point will deducted from user total bid point and object will move one step nearer to him if his/her bid point is higher than other player. No matter how many bid point you bid , object can move one step only. User will see other player bid that other player have player after you bid. For winning user have to make sure that object should come nearer at end of game.Game will end when either bid point of either player became zero or object go to one of player. When either of player bid point became zero, then other player will bid with all his remaining bid point. If he can pull the object nearer to him with all remaining point, then he will declare as winner

Two Player Game:
Same as one player but with other online user

Built By Team "Innovative_minds"

Built With

Interested in seeing what was used to build this application? Resources may include things like open source libraries, third party APIs, and icons.

Pusher Service
Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.2
Rails 3.2.13
Ruby 2.0.0
CoffeeScript
Capistrano
Haml
therubyracer
less-rails

Pusher Service
Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.2
Rails 3.2.13
Ruby 2.0.0
CoffeeScript
Capistrano
Haml
therubyracer
less-rails

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