Category: Articulate

06 Nov 2018

2 Player Jeopardy Game in SL360 #209

Hello Everyone,

Created a Jeopardy game for this weeks eLearning heroes challenge #209.

Just like any normal game—this game also has 2 modes:

  1. Single Player Mode: that allows a single player to accumulate the maximum $ amount by answering random questions correctly.
  2. Multi Player Mode: that allows two players to compete with each other and the player with maximum $ amount wins.

Once the player selects the game mode, he will be asked to enter the player(s) name(s) and “Start the Game” button will appear (as shown above).

Based on the mode selection, clicking “Start the Game” button will take the player to the next slide that contains Jeopardy board(s) with various $ amounts.

On selecting any $ amount, a layer pops up with 6 categories, out of which only two (General Knowledge and Inventors and their Inventions) are functional in this sample game.

Both the above categories are linked to their own separate question banks. Each question bank contain 30 questions which are being fetched randomly. These questions are storyline’s default multiple choice graded questions.

In order to increase the difficulty level, added a 15 second timer to each question. The player has to answer within the stipulated time.

In case of multi player mode, the players get a chance to select the $ amount and answer the questions turn by turn.

If the player answers the question correctly, a thumbs up sign pops up and later a tick mark appears on top right of the selected $ amount else a thumbs down sign pops up and later a cross mark appears.

NOTE: Everything in this sample game is developed in storyline itself using Shapes, Variables and Triggers, except the first page, it contains 2 web objects:

  • Jeopardy – Title animation
  • Progress bar.

 

Before you give it a try, check out the below video demo:

Link to Mobile Compatible (Html5) Output: http://bit.ly/2J9Pbrx

07 Oct 2016

Accordion in Storyline 2


What if a single accordion bar, holds information of more than one category?



Created an accordion for E-Learning heroes challenge #147, that has buttons on both sides and can be expanded in any order.

Click the link below to check it out. 

HTML5 Output: Click Here

06 Oct 2016

American Roulette in Storyline 2

This Time we have created a simple Roulette game in Storyline 2. It’s a simple choose and spin game where all you need to place your bet on a particular number. we have used Javascript for random numbers and some additional triggers.


Demo Link: http://www.creativtechnologies.com/blogpost/AmericanRoll/story.html

In Elearning Example: https://community.articulate.com/e-learning-examples/storyline-2-roulette-example

23 Aug 2016

Travel Tips Interactive elearning Course


This time we have tried to convert a guideline (which states the do’s and don’ts while travelling by flight) into an interactive eLearning course. 

This course states the general travel tips to follow to make your flight journey delightful. Here, we have used images to represent a real scenario and added interactive quiz too. 


12 Aug 2016

eLearning Board Game in Storyline 2


This time created an eLearning board game in storyline 2. In this game you will learn about sea food and ocean.


We have added multiple questions in this board game to give learning. The goal of this game to make learning fun.

We have also added a leader board in this game to show top 10 high score player.

Referred the following sites to create this example.

Hope you will enjoy this game… 🙂







11 May 2016

Weather App in Storyline2

Here’s a sample weather app created in StoryLine2 using JavaScript.
You can check live weather forecast for 3 locations, that are:
  • Delhi, India
  • Paris, France
  • California, USA
Use the menu icon on the top right to switch locations and see the weather report for 4 days.
Click “Today” to see the detailed weather forecast.
Here’s the output : https://db.tt/1umye6PI 
To improve it further, We would like to make the JavaScript interact with the SL2 text boxes, so that the user can enter their own city/region and get the forecast accordingly..stay tuned!!  😛