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Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« on: September 25, 2011, 08:11:56 pm »
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IF YOU DO NOT INSTALL THE FONTS, THE POKEMON GAME WILL NOT BE EDITABLE.
Quick font install guide with pictures below.







Notes about this game:
You MUST install the required fonts for this game to work.  This takes less than a minute and there are pictures in post #2 to guide you through the process on your Korean Windows XP computer.
Instructions for game play can be found on the first slide.
+26 questions
+ppt and pptx versions both uploaded
+Scoreboard version uploaded.  Scoreboard created by Daejeon.


Download the 3 font files, and pick one template file
A) PPT file
B) PPTX file
C) PPT file with built in scoreboard
« Last Edit: November 18, 2012, 08:02:41 pm by Sprite06 »


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2011, 08:17:39 pm »




+ppt and pptx included
+Instructions for game play can be found on the first slide.
+26 questions
+No fonts required to download






+ppt and pptx included
+Instructions for game play can be found on the first slide.
+26 questions
+Scoreboard created by Daejeon included.
+No fonts required to download
« Last Edit: November 19, 2012, 11:43:54 am by Sprite06 »


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2011, 08:20:37 pm »






Notes about this game:
Install the required font.  Picture-guided tutorial for installing new fonts on your Korean Windows XP computer is in post #2.
Instructions for game play can be found on the first slide.
+24 questions
+ppt and pptx versions both uploaded

Download the font file.
Download ppt or pptx file
Play!
« Last Edit: November 18, 2012, 08:04:57 pm by Sprite06 »


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2011, 07:01:00 am »
3/3/2012
YuGiOh game added.  YuGiOh is a popular card game / anime from Japan. 
For those of you who have been playing the original Pokemon game with your students, your students and you have probably grown bored of seeing the same Pokemon each game.  I made a quick Version 2 of the game with new Pokemon to keep it exciting.  The first version was pretty heavy with the original Pokemon, but I think kids these days are more acquainted with the newer Pokemon, so I included more of those this time.

Enjoy









Notes about this game:

There are two versions of this game. 
The full version includes a mini story intro to set the scene for the game. 
The lite version does not include the story intro and goes straight to the rules.


+Instructions for game play can be found on the first slide.
+26 questions
+Scoreboard created by Daejeon included.
+No fonts required to download

























Notes about this game:
+You MUST install the required fonts for this game to work.  This takes less than a minute and there are pictures in post #2 to guide you through the process on your Korean Windows XP computer.
+Instructions for game play can be found on the first slide.
+26 questions
+Original scoreboard created by Daejeon included.
« Last Edit: November 18, 2012, 08:10:03 pm by Sprite06 »


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #4 on: September 27, 2011, 03:19:49 pm »
Let me be the first to say that you sir are a gentleman. The Pokemon game totally rocked in my third grade class. They were noisy and shouting and wouldn't respond to my bells for quiet, but that's a good thing; they're usually quiet and try to fly under the radar. I pretended to be angry with them, but my co-teacher and I were secretly patting ourselves on the back. Having the poke ball shake around a bit before revealing the Pokemon was pure genius. It built up anticipation and I don't know any of the monsters beyond the original 150, but there were a lot of good controversy as to which monster merited certain XP. I wasn't sure about the Team Rocket part, but it worked out brilliantly when one team was collecting too much XP and everybody was brought back to a clean slate.

Overall, brilliant game. My favorite bomb game so far. Look forward to what else you've got cooking for us.


Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #5 on: September 28, 2011, 11:32:29 am »
Let me be the first to say that you sir are a gentleman. The Pokemon game totally rocked in my third grade class. They were noisy and shouting and wouldn't respond to my bells for quiet, but that's a good thing; they're usually quiet and try to fly under the radar. I pretended to be angry with them, but my co-teacher and I were secretly patting ourselves on the back. Having the poke ball shake around a bit before revealing the Pokemon was pure genius. It built up anticipation and I don't know any of the monsters beyond the original 150, but there were a lot of good controversy as to which monster merited certain XP. I wasn't sure about the Team Rocket part, but it worked out brilliantly when one team was collecting too much XP and everybody was brought back to a clean slate.

Overall, brilliant game. My favorite bomb game so far. Look forward to what else you've got cooking for us.

Quite the review, can't wait for this to get into circulation in the lesson threads.


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #6 on: September 28, 2011, 11:59:12 am »
This looks awesome and I'm sure my kids will absolutely love it!
Want to use it for my Grade 4 class on Friday...
I downloaded the fonts and did everything as you said but I don't have any points on mine... just the Pokemon appearing from the bubble.
I saw on the preview slides that there were xp points on the slides... I don't know where I've gone wrong?


Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #7 on: September 28, 2011, 12:00:09 pm »
 :o Phenomenal.  Thanks for an amazing game.

I had one glitch with the Team Rocket slide.  Clicking the 'R' does not send me back to the homepage; there is no link that I can find on the Team Rocket slide.

Cheers
C is for cookie, that's good enough for me.


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #8 on: September 28, 2011, 01:29:07 pm »
Let me be the first to say that you sir are a gentleman. The Pokemon game totally rocked in my third grade class. They were noisy and shouting and wouldn't respond to my bells for quiet, but that's a good thing; they're usually quiet and try to fly under the radar. I pretended to be angry with them, but my co-teacher and I were secretly patting ourselves on the back. Having the poke ball shake around a bit before revealing the Pokemon was pure genius. It built up anticipation and I don't know any of the monsters beyond the original 150, but there were a lot of good controversy as to which monster merited certain XP. I wasn't sure about the Team Rocket part, but it worked out brilliantly when one team was collecting too much XP and everybody was brought back to a clean slate.

Overall, brilliant game. My favorite bomb game so far. Look forward to what else you've got cooking for us.

Thank you!  I'm thrilled and flattered that you and your students had so much fun with it.
I'll admit that I'm not current on the Pokemon of 2011 either, ahaha.  You may see a little bias for the original 150 that I'm also familiar with.  One student told me that Alakazam (5 points in the game) is a weak Pokemon.  I could have sworn he was a beast when I played back in the day. 

I think the "all teams lose points" slide is a good one for games.  When one team loses points, it's kind of a bummer, but if everyone loses points, even the winning team isn't too upset because the field is level again.
Thanks for the comment!


This looks awesome and I'm sure my kids will absolutely love it!
Want to use it for my Grade 4 class on Friday...
I downloaded the fonts and did everything as you said but I don't have any points on mine... just the Pokemon appearing from the bubble.
I saw on the preview slides that there were xp points on the slides... I don't know where I've gone wrong?
The XP and "XYZ has been caught!" text should appear automatically after the moving ball has been clicked.
I would open up microsoft word and try checking to see if the required fonts are on the font list.  If they aren't, they may not have been properly installed.
Let me know.


:o Phenomenal.  Thanks for an amazing game.

I had one glitch with the Team Rocket slide.  Clicking the 'R' does not send me back to the homepage; there is no link that I can find on the Team Rocket slide.

Cheers

Wow, you're right.  That's a big problem.  I'm not sure how that slipped out of the final version.   I fixed it and am trying to upload it but Waygook is moving slower than a snail's pace and giving me internet problems 3/4 into upload.  I'll re-upload it as soon as I get home today.
Thanks for the glitch notice, I appreciate it.


FONT INSTALL GUIDE
The easiest way to install new fonts on your school's Windows XP computer



Step 1.
Download the fonts. (Desktop is easiest) (Downloading fonts straight to the font folder will NOT work.)



Step 2.
Copy the font files.



Step 3.
Open up the computer's control panel.  (Refer to picture if unsure how)



Step 4.
Open the "fonts" folder.



Step 5.
Right click and paste, or simply control + v.  The fonts should install automatically.


Step 6.
Re-open the Powerpoint, and play!
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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #9 on: September 28, 2011, 03:17:47 pm »
So I restarted my computer and it seems to be working!
Thank you ;-)
Can't wait to see their faces on Friday !


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #10 on: September 28, 2011, 04:08:42 pm »
So I restarted my computer and it seems to be working!
Thank you ;-)
Can't wait to see their faces on Friday !

Haha you're welcome!
There was a problem with the link in the Team Rocket slide that Justanotherwaygook mentioned.
I fixed the problem and re-uploaded it.
If you have time, I recommend grabbing the newer version  :D


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #11 on: September 28, 2011, 06:36:20 pm »
This is by far one of the best PPT game I've come across this site and that's no insult to the other great PPT's out there.  The opening sequences, music, and innovation is awesome!  Thanks for the upload Spirte06.


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #12 on: September 29, 2011, 09:05:34 am »
Niiiice!

It might be worth putting a warning in your FAQ to people NOT to download the fonts directly to the "Fonts" directory. "Fonts" isn't a directory per se, and any means of directly adding stuff to it such as by downloading will cause the font install to fail. You have to "copy" it using Windows (copy & paste, or drag & drop) for it to use its dark magic powers.
More primary school colours and shapes activity ideas and resources than you'd ever need - here
Holy free educational fonts Batman!


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #13 on: September 29, 2011, 09:26:33 am »
Let me be the first to say that you sir are a gentleman. The Pokemon game totally rocked in my third grade class. They were noisy and shouting and wouldn't respond to my bells for quiet, but that's a good thing; they're usually quiet and try to fly under the radar. I pretended to be angry with them, but my co-teacher and I were secretly patting ourselves on the back. Having the poke ball shake around a bit before revealing the Pokemon was pure genius. It built up anticipation and I don't know any of the monsters beyond the original 150, but there were a lot of good controversy as to which monster merited certain XP. I wasn't sure about the Team Rocket part, but it worked out brilliantly when one team was collecting too much XP and everybody was brought back to a clean slate.

Overall, brilliant game. My favorite bomb game so far. Look forward to what else you've got cooking for us.

Quite the review, can't wait for this to get into circulation in the lesson threads.

Much love for your games as well. I've been using the fruit ninja for review this week.


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #14 on: September 29, 2011, 03:44:32 pm »
Excellent!! Can't wait to use it in class.


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #15 on: September 30, 2011, 08:50:01 am »
Great powerpoint.
Made a version of this game to practice simple elementary level personal pronouns:



Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #16 on: September 30, 2011, 12:34:11 pm »
This is beautiful, it brings back memories.

Does this only work for Windows, or am I missing something?
Mac user here...the Pokeball seems to shake forever and that's all it seems to do?


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #17 on: September 30, 2011, 02:34:27 pm »
This is beautiful, it brings back memories.

Does this only work for Windows, or am I missing something?
Mac user here...the Pokeball seems to shake forever and that's all it seems to do?

You have to click the Pokeball for it to open ;)

This is by far one of the best PPT game I've come across this site and that's no insult to the other great PPT's out there.  The opening sequences, music, and innovation is awesome!  Thanks for the upload Spirte06.

Thanks Dukie!  I appreciate it.

Niiiice!

It might be worth putting a warning in your FAQ to people NOT to download the fonts directly to the "Fonts" directory. "Fonts" isn't a directory per se, and any means of directly adding stuff to it such as by downloading will cause the font install to fail. You have to "copy" it using Windows (copy & paste, or drag & drop) for it to use its dark magic powers.

Added to post #2, thanks for the suggestion  :D

Excellent!! Can't wait to use it in class.

Let me know how it goes!

Great powerpoint.
Made a version of this game to practice simple elementary level personal pronouns:

Awesome!  Thanks for sharing it  ;D


Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #18 on: October 03, 2011, 12:08:47 pm »
This is beautiful, it brings back memories.

Does this only work for Windows, or am I missing something?
Mac user here...the Pokeball seems to shake forever and that's all it seems to do?

You have to click the Pokeball for it to open ;)

The cursor turns into a hand but clicking doesn't do anything =(


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Re: Sprite06's BOMB GAME Thread
« Reply #19 on: October 03, 2011, 11:58:26 pm »
Dude. You and Daejeon. No words can do it justice....

Respect.