Kid game is as old as man. The need arises when man needs to keep his children busy as to get fewer disturbance form them and to get them positively occupied. Some kids discover some game on their own.
List of some games played by kids in Africa are presented below. Games for kids in the old times range form selection and throwing of pebbles from the ground. The pebbles the kid collect from the ground is in the form of (N+1). At each throw of a selected pebble. “N” represents the number of pebble through to the total number of the pebbles. Most often “N” is usually seven pebbles. When a player cannot catch up to the (N+1) Pebble increment, the other player plays. The first to collect all the pebbles wins the game.
They also play a game called “IKODU”. It is made up of a board with eight holes on it, arranged as matrix of four by two. About six to eight pebbles at the extreme opposite holes. The first player picks all the pebbles at his side and drops one at each hole. When the player wins a set of four pebbles rounds again. The player wins a set of four pebbles. If the last pebble dropped at the hole makes it four. A player stops playing when the last pebble is the only one at a hole.
At the end, the player that has the greater number of pebbles wins the game.
They also play universal game like the “hide and seek”. A number of children go into hiding and one looks for the rest of them. Anyone he finds out first will be the one to looks for the others. The winner is usually the kid with less number of times he looked for the other kids.
Outside the boundaries of African kids play games like the “snake and ladder”. The players moves up the ladder drawn on a board at the outcome of a die. Obstacles are placed at strategic locations on the ladder, which throws a player some steps backwards. The winner of the game is the one who gets at the top of the ladder first. Anagram is another game for the kids, where they can rearrange the letters of a word or phrase to form other word or phrase. This project will be treating the anagram word game.
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1.2STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1.3PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.4SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
1.5SCOPE OF THE STUDY
1.8DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
3.0DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.1FACT FINDING METHODS USED
3.2OBJECTIVES OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.3INPUT, PROCESS AND OUTPUT ANALYSIS
3.4PROBLEMS OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.5JUSTIFICATION FOR THE NEW SYSTEM
4.0DESIGN OF THE NEW SYSTEM
4.1OUTPUT SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN
4.2INPUT SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN
4.5SYSTEM FLOW CHART
5.3PROGRAM FLOW CHART
7.0RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION
DESIGN AND IMPEMENTATION OF KIDS GAME CASE STUDY OF ANAGRAM WORD GACE
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