An educational game is being created at a college to teach students different concepts. This game will involve the student’s laptop and a traditional tabletop board. Students will open a url that will have a Flash GUI. From this Flash GUI, students will play the tabletop game – click the next button, get a question, answer, role the counter (all on the computer) and then move their physical game piece on the tabletop board.
A Flash game interface (500x300 pxl) is needed by an educational institution for students to play a table-top board game. The interface is associated with a standard table-top board game similar to Monopoly or Snakes and Ladders etc. The board game will be developed by us (only the Flash interface is to be developed by the contractor who wins this bid). The questions are provided through the Flash interface and when students get a correct answer they are permitted to 'roll' (note that dice can NOT be used, but rather a random counter from 1 to 6). The interface is intended to be used to teach students whatever topic-theme the questions are written about. Students learn through playing the game and thinking about the questions -- learning from the feedback from the questions.