Object-Oriented Software Engineering

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Assignment 6: Implementation · React

Working on the Assignment


50 points

Starting from the code we wrote together in lecture.

First, finish the implementation by addressing the TODOs left over from lecture. This is how the game should work:


Then add the following features.

A “Play Again” Button

20 points

Play Again

A screenshot of the game with the “Play Again” button.

The button must work by resetting the state of the React components, not by reload the page.

Lizard 🦎 and Spock 🖖

20 points

Extend the game following the rules from this The Big Bang Theory episode.

Add an Explanation of Why Someone Won

10 points

With Lizard and Spock the game got too complicated, so a simple “Player 2 wins!” isn’t enough anymore. When the game is over, add an explanation, for example, “Lizard poisons Spock, so Player 2 wins!”


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