Really Need Help Making a Unity Game!

Updated on July 4, 2018 in Unity
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I’m looking to create a classic concentration game similar to the old TV show, but with matching a set of flash cards to their definitions. How should I go about doing this? It should also have the option to be able to import the matches from a word document (or other text file) or enter the matches manually. Once the matches have been made, it should reveal part of the rebus puzzle. It should also ask after every correct match if the player would like to solve the rebus puzzle.

If you’re unfamiliar with the game, search youtube for “classic concentration”

I’m attaching the outline that I made so you can see what specifically I’m looking for the game to do. I just really need help with what to start with.

I have sprites for the card backs (1 through 30) and a blank card face which is where the text should go from the csv document.

OUTLINE:

  • Welcome/title screen
    • Start game
    • Options
      • Edit subject
        • Anatomy, pharm, etc.
      • How to play
        • instructions
      • Exit game
        • Closes window

 

  • Enter team names
  • Dice Roll to see who goes first
  • Select two cards
    • If cards don’t match, next team’s turn
    • If cards match, cards are removed, revealing puzzle
      • Can the team solve the puzzle? (Y/N)
        • If no, next team’s turn
        • If yes, is their answer correct? (Y/N)
          • If no, continue picking cards
          • If yes, team gets 1 point
        • Game ends when a team reaches X number of points
        • Celebration Screen-Team X wins!
          • Play again
            • Start new game
          • End game
            • Back to title menu

 

Card flip animation?

 

Assigning the cards

  • Make CSV file for subject of choice
    • Column A matches with Column B
  • Call CSV file in Unity
    • Assign Column A and Column B values randomly to sprites 0-29
  • Check to see if selected cards match
    • If first card is from Column A:
      • If second card is from Column A also, display “No Match, Next Team”
      • Else if second card is from Column B
        • If second card is not the match to Column A, display “No Match, Next Team”
        • Else if second card is the match to Column A, display “You found a match!” and remove cards
      • If first card is from Column B:
        • If second card is from Column B also, display “No Match, Next Team”
        • Else if second card is from Column A
          • If second card is not the match to Column B, display “No Match, Next Team”
          • Else if second card is the match to Column B, display “You found a match!” and remove cards

 

 

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