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Not sure if any of you here still play Yu-Gi-Oh, but if you do, here is a lifepoint calculator I put together. It's simple to use, and allows you to keep up with up to four players' life points simultaneously.
Interface is simple enough, the Reset button resets all players lifepoints to 8000, and the others increase or decrease that player's lifepoints by the number indicated. The "LAMAR" button is a joke, that doesn't actually effect your lifepoint count, but displays something different.
I made this for some friends, but I figured I would upload it here in case some of you want it.
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I like yugioh, but I haven't played in a long time.
This looks pretty sweet. I am wondering what language you made it in. I would also like to see the source code if that is ok.
The Storm is here!
Gotta hack them all, Gotta hack them all, Pokemon.
@Storm118 - I don't know if I still have the source code around, but I wrote it in VB6. It was pretty simple, though. There are variables for each player's lifepoints, and each button just increases or decreases the appropriate variable, then sets the label's caption to show whatever the variable is. And "Reset" does the same, but instead of increasing or decreasing the variable, it just sets it back to 8000 and updates the caption.
@y0r124 - Yeah, the "LAMAR" button just makes that player's lifepoints say "THE GAME" instead of a score. Like I say, I originally wrote this for some friends, and that was a bit of an inside joke. Long story short, sometimes I would be keeping up with our lifepoints (on paper) and someone would go nuts with overkill when they attacked at the end, and instead of writing down the stupid amount of damage they tried to do I would just write down "LAMAR" for their life points when they lost the game. (Lamar is the name of someone we know, and he doesn't even play Yu-Gi-Oh so I really don't even remember how that started). So basically, you can just ignore the "LAMAR" buttons.
Last edited by Mateo (2013-01-22 09:31:06)
Does it work on Android Mobile Phone?
That would be the most handy application for this calculator, since how often are you dueling with a computer right next to you? I say this because there are already Yu-Gi-Oh calculators available from the Android Market that do this. Your interface looks cleaner though IMO.
To improve it you should include an area where you can input a custom value and add or subtract that value from your life points.
Regardless if you go to a Konami sanctioned tournament your required to keep track of life points via pen and paper. The phone apps are used for local tournaments and casual duels.
Last edited by theoblivinator (2013-01-22 21:59:29)
I still have my cards from back in the day, still proud of the fact that I managed to get the 3 original style Blue-Eyes, Ultimate, Shining, Red-Eyes, etc. all of my cards weren't Dragon's, but, they were definitely my favorite type of monster. I had some of the Elemental Heros from GX too.
Try this yugioh game!
At this moment I add 2 games which is similar pokemon gen2 games.
Her is site: http://peperonity.com/go/sites/mview/gr … s/44643177
EDIT: Oh! I forgot to say when these games is chinese or japanese language.
Last edited by aldis999 (2013-01-29 10:52:39)