Testers wanted for score tracking app
marksmithhfx at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 09:38:43 EDT 2021
Hi Andreas, I look forward to testing your app and will let you know how it goes. In terms of random scores, what is a good range of values to work with (what is the game range?)
> On Sep 30, 2021, at 1:07 PM, Andreas Bergendal via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I’ll soon release an app made with LiveCode to the App Store, but I’d like to have a few more external testers first to catch whatever I’ve missed.
> The app is called MölkkyMaster and is used for tracking the score when playing the outdoor throwing game Mölkky. The game is popular in some Nordic countries, France and a few other countries. It originates from Finland.
> Anyway, you don’t need to play Mölkky, or even have a clue how to, to help me test the app. Just create a few players and start a game. Then assign random score to the players until someone reaches 50 points.
> The app is multilingual, currently English, French and Swedish. German and Finnish is in the works. The app talks, and you can select different voices relevant to the language chosen.
> To test, you need an iPhone or iPad and the TestFlight app installed. Then use this link to download the app:
> Soon I’ll also have an Android version released for testing. I’ve optimized the app for iOS, but almost everything worked ’out of the box’ when I used the same stack for an Android build. Love LiveCode!
> If you’ve never played Mölkky, the aspect of how well the app suits its intended target group would naturally be hard to judge.
> So, instead, I hope you’ll just try breaking the app and report back any technical errors, or shortcomings in the interaction design etc.
> In any case, any feedback is highly appreciated.
> Andreas Bergendal
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