[Design]+[Implementation] Fill Thirty Six

Fill Thirty Six Screenshot

Fill Thirty Six Screenshot

Hello, I am software developer Wonjohn Choi.

The left picture is the completed java game “Fill Thirty Six.”

What is happening in the game is that green pieces are the currently selected piece by the current player.

There are two players (RED and BLACK). When a turn finishes, the player playing clicked “End Turn” button and the green pieces change color to red or black depends on the player.

But the colors are not important since they are just added to make the game interesting/fancy.

In developing the game, I used a frame that holds the whole application.

The frame holds two “JPanel”s: one panel is the part where “End Button” is located and the other is the part where 6*6 buttons are held.

ActionListener interface was added to each buttons to react when users click the button.

Also, when one tries to put more than 7 checkers at a turn or tries not to put any checker, an alert message pops up to prevent the illegal move.

When the last button is filled with a checker, game ends.

We are planning to put other events such as traps or bonus turns in future.

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About Wonjohn Choi
Hello, I am a software developer Wonjohn Choi. I live in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada and study at a school called St. Francis Xavier Secondary School. My core interests include Math, Computer Science, and Engineering. Thank you.

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