This is a game of Scotland Yard, which has been coded in Java. The moves of Mr. X are made by the program, while the human player makes the detective moves. The game works fine on both Windows and Linux platforms.

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  • Enhanced GUI with detective positions shown on the map
  • Greedy strategy for Mr. X

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  • Works OK on Mac OS X (10.9.5) IF you go into the bin directory and launch "sy.jar"... When you start the game Mr. X moves first and you are left to move to catch him.

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  • This works great! It reminds me of playing this with my friends when I was young :)

  • The board is clean and better than the original board game. Great game!

  • I really like it because I love so much the original game... this project is interesting as a first contact with JAVA an has a lot of possibilities to improve

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, Education, End Users/Desktop, Science/Research

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2004-09-04