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Match Game



Here is a little fun applet to improve the learning curve. This timed version of the "Match Game" allows you to change the images and the sounds to match your site.

How To Use:

  • Download match.zip (117 KB)
  • Unzip with a compression utility.

    Java Source: Unavailable

    Sample HTML Source:

    <applet code="Match.class" height=400 
    width=400></applet>

    Configuration: If you would like to use you own images or sounds just replace the 1 -> 20.img file with a 50 * 50 pixel image of your choice.You can also replace the sounds, but you must leave the wav filenames the same or no sound will be played for the changed name. If you don't like any of the sounds, just delete or rename that wave file and it will be ignored.

    Status: Free

    Author: Charles Wilson

    Upload Date:
    June 10, 2003

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