OtakuGame! - Test your anime knowledge

Aries

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Nov 16, 2018
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I gave it a go, though my anime knowledge isn’t that great haha. But good efforts for a weekend task!
 

alelepd

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Jan 10, 2020
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Haha, yeah. Some of my otaku friends were struggling a bit because the answer is not always the first name or a character and thus is hard to decipher.
 

Paladin

Paradox of Nothingness
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Oct 21, 2019
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How did you make it? I'm super impressed with this! Great work!
My score was pretty low, anyway, but it's a great game!
 

alelepd

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Jan 10, 2020
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How did you make it? I'm super impressed with this! Great work!
My score was pretty low, anyway, but it's a great game!

Glad to know you liked it!
It is made with just plain vanilla javascript, nothing fancy, it is basically just a static page.
Logic works like this:

- There is a list of questions
- When pressing the button, 1 question is taken randomly from the list.
- The question has a reference to its answer.
- On every iteration, there is a temporary list of answer options.
- The answer options include a mix of 1 right option and 3 random wrong options.
- If you press the right option, you get a point, if you press the wrong option, you lose 2 points.

There are probably much better ways of doing it of course (it is my first time making a quiz game XD)

There are a bunch of things that are possible to do to make the game harder/better (like having more than one right answer per question and choice randomly in every repetition).
 

Paladin

Paradox of Nothingness
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Oct 21, 2019
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Python:
print("Huh, how interesting.")
print("I thought it may have been written in Python.")
print("But javaScript is also good too.")
 

Nova

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Feb 7, 2019
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What kind of game is this? It continues to go on and on just does not stop lol. I think my knowledge of anime is okayish.
 

alelepd

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Jan 10, 2020
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Oh, it does have an end. Maybe I should add some counter of the questions that are left, so it doesn't feel like endless.

Right now it ends after at question 120, so you need to play around 4 or 5 min to get to that point.
 

Nova

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Feb 7, 2019
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Yeah kind of confusing to be honest. It shows up and down arrow but not score counter easy to understand. Rest is fun.
 

alelepd

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Jan 10, 2020
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Yeah, I am trying to keep very minimal on purpose (many Japanese games are like that, especially online versions of games like shogi).

I just added a global counter so it is possible to see now how many questions are left.
 
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