Coding enthusiasts from Uva Wellassa University Sri Lanka and Sabaragamuwa University Sri Lanka.
Knowledge Knockout - Play terminal command challenge game and be a MasterGeek
Knowledge Knockout is a game to improve/test your terminal commands knowledge and you also can show your skills to the world. You have 3 minutes to achieve 15 score. If you break the challenge you will earn
MasterGeek badge otherwise you will get MasterGeek level
Eventually you will be listed in global leaderboard and you can also tweet your
Try to be a
MasterGeek and ask your friends to face the challenge
Let's say you got below question on blackboard
Q: "Run Your test.js with node"
Now you have to type the answer on the terminal window and press enter. If you wish to skip question just enter
skip on terminal (You have only 3 chances to skip questions)
You can also tweet your
MasterGeek level and invite your friends to take the challenge.
mof: music off
mon: music on
clear: clears the screen
skip: skip a question
downarrow: Command history
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You know your audience haha. It was fun and challenging. I found the music appropriate for this game. I also weirdly felt it would work well in a 70's porno.
Good job, I like the Idea :)
I liked the game and good questions, however I was answering some questions correct but the app was telling me it was wrong...maybe look into this....Great job! Please vote for my entry too: http://www.angularattack.com/entries/312-prozillaz
Wow, I loved the idea. One can simultaneously have fun and learn the boring commands. The UI and add on commands like clear, cls give the real feel of the terminal.
There is a thing that can be improved, as in,
npm i and npm install does the same thing, so both must give the correct answers.
Anyways, the efforts are commendable. All the best :)
Nicely done. Looks good too. Good luck :)
I enjoyed it, It's a good try to combine game and terminal.
Your game is fun to play! Your team did excellently on this! Fantastic work!
Really different game. I wasn't expecting it but was pleasantly surprised. I don't know enough coding anymore to get too far, but still enjoyed the game. Great job!
Although I experienced some difficulty to analyze some questions like:
- Some folder's path wasn't specified in the question, only the name.
- Some time guessed path pass the question, sometime not. Assumes all the path is the current folder (if not specified).
But I really enjoy the challenges. Also UI design, UX is quite good. Awesome entry!
Fun way to learn command :). Nice work.
I enjoy playing the game, I think it would be great to make it feel interactive some how. Great job!
If you could provide some tip for each command, I believe that'll improve user experience and engagement.
Any idea to publish this tool after the hackathon. Obviously you will need to do some changes on UI for that. but I think you should do.
Amazing idea for a game! Nice layout and design, great use of sound effects. Made me realize that I need to work on my terminal command knowledge :)
A couple of ideas if you wanted to work a another version after the competition... How about allowing the player to mute the music? Also, maybe give the player a way to view correct answers? That'd help to make the game educational as well.
Really cool recreation of a terminal experience in browser. Supported a lot of commands and combos as well as options for the end user. Impressive amount of work accomplished!
The game looks good and was pretty fun. I'd recommend adding some kind of fuzzy matching for the answers because there were a few times where I had the answer but with reordered arguments.
(I noticed that the answers are in the console and only seem to have a single match)
The game looks fun! Reminds me of Enki.
I see a place for improvement in the answer verification. It didn't accept my `rm -rf abc` answer for removing the directory `abc` and it's content.
Definitely has potential! Keep the good work up!
I think you created a very interesting quiz and it looks great! My vote is yours! :)
Nice fun app!!
The design is pretty good for the game. With some improvements I think this can be more fun to play. For example: it detects many working commands as incorrect which can be a bit frustrating. I suggest using a server to run commands or something like https://bellard.org/jslinux/ to emulate a linux environment to improve scoring.