This game allows a user to identify shapes and colors using the X-Keys tool. The game instructs the player by using vocal commands, and the player follows the directions by pressing the correct button. Two players can go head to head and see who can rack up more points by using two X-Keys keypads. Whoever chooses the correct answer first gets the point, and the player with the most points at the end wins.
This project was developed during SpartaHack 2017 at Michigan State University. It won the award for “Best Integration of X-keys with Other Hardware.” It was written in Java.
My contributions included mapping key presses and differentiating between the two players’ X-Keys.