Engineering Projects/Poppit/Howard Community College/Fall2011/502 TDM

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Electronic Sections Expected[edit | edit source]

Problem Statement[edit | edit source]

The problem was to pop all of the balloons without using any of the power ups and to also find a pattern which helps defeat the game easier.

Team Members[edit | edit source]

Put each team members name here with links to their personal page here. Real names do not have to be used.


Summary[edit | edit source]

The objective was to find a pattern in the mass of balloons to try and pop all of them in the end.

  Chunk- From random=concluded to 29 balloons 
         From Top= concluded to 17 balloons
         From Bottom= concluded to 10 balloons

Poster[edit | edit source]

Story[edit | edit source]

There is a game called poppit. The objective of our team was to find a way to gather information and figure out if there an easier way to play the game. We started our objective by splitting up and playing the game. As we played the game we took down information to find a pattern

Decision List[edit | edit source]

List all formal decisions made with links to their documentation such as a decision tree or decision matrix.

Material List[edit | edit source]

     1. Computer
     2. Poppit download
     3. Engineering notebook

Software List[edit | edit source]

      POGO. EXE 
      Google Chrome. EXE (Necessary in order to play the game)

Time[edit | edit source]

20-30mins per week to find a chunk

Tutorials[edit | edit source]

1. Begin By Downloading The Chunk Poppit game into Your Computer (If You Have Not Already)(Direct Link[1])

2. Then begin analyzing the dynamics of the game.

3. Record 40 trails of attempting the game at different angles or approaches.

4. Record in engineering notebook

5. Draw Conclusions

Next Steps[edit | edit source]

Figure out different kinds of pattern for popping balloons other than doing it randomly, starting from bottom, or starting from the top.