COMP 303 Best Project Awards - Fall 2006
303 is an object-oriented software development course offered at
McGill University. In the Fall of
2006 students had to develop a complete Java Cribbage game from scratch.
number of groups submitted very well-built, highly-playable products.
Three top projects were selected based on how well they meet the general
goal of developing a easily-playable and fun cribbage
application. These games are now available for download (as
self-executing jar files).
Congratulation to Alexis Georges and Mathieu
Lavallée-Adam for winning the best project award. The
attractive and intuitive interface based on DeviantArt incorporates a
number of visual cues that simplify the play. The game also supports
different difficulty levels. [Download
Joachim Despland-Lichtert and Arthur Guez produced a feature-laden game that includes
(among others) an automatic-play feature. [Download
Robert Kaplow and David Meunier's cribbage game involves slow-motion animations of
the play of the hands. [Download