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NoN'
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Eggs hunt

Post by NoN' » Sun Apr 12, 2020 10:36 am

Hello,

For the attention of those who are confined and can not go to hunt easter eggs in the garden, I have concocted this little software that will recreate the atmosphere of this moment:

http://rg75.free.fr/hyperespace.chasseOzeufs.htm

It's in French, but there is almost nothing to translate and the understanding of the rules of the game is immediate.

The only quality required to play it is persistence.

Be indulgent with the interface and programming, it's a little thing developed in two days (or rather two nights ...).

Happy Easter to those who celebrate, and good day to others

Renaud

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Re: Eggs hunt

Post by bogs » Sun Apr 12, 2020 11:07 am

NoN' wrote:
Sun Apr 12, 2020 10:36 am
It's in French, but there is almost nothing to translate...
Oh I dunno, I thought this was worth the translation :)
http://rg75.free.fr/hyperespace.chasseOzeufs.htm wrote: Egg hunting is a game that simulates the search for Easter eggs in a garden.

The principle is very simple: to search for the eggs (thirty in total), just pass the mouse pointer over the image of the garden. When an egg is "hovered", the icon representing a kind of "Kinder surprise" is displayed at the top right of the window. You must then click on the egg so identified to put it in the basket.

Warning: the principle is simple, but the game will put your nerves to the test. It is better to fly over the image slowly enough to locate the eggs ... like in a real search, what!

Oh yes, I almost forgot: I slipped five traps among the eggs. If you click on one of them you will lose some eggs.

Happy hunting and happy Easter.
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Re: Eggs hunt

Post by SparkOut » Sun Apr 12, 2020 11:07 am

Hahaha :) merci, et bonne Pâques aussi

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Re: Eggs hunt

Post by NoN' » Sun Apr 12, 2020 11:22 am

Thank you bogs for this nice (and quick) translation.
And thank you SparkOut for your answer.

Renaud

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Re: Eggs hunt

Post by Dazol » Sun Apr 12, 2020 3:32 pm

:lol: it is a really cute game, thank you for sharing. I will show it to my kids as they need to cheer up a little bit. We are all on quarantine in our family property in lake Garda for weeks now. I am sure they will appreciate this game.

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Re: Eggs hunt

Post by NoN' » Sun Apr 12, 2020 4:19 pm

Thank you Dazol.

The game is a bit hard because it was designed for children who are now almost all adults.
But I sincerely hope that it will please your children.

Renaud

PS: It is true that children can be infinitely more patient than adults :-)

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