Testers wanted for score tracking app

Andreas Bergendal andreas.bergendal at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 10:30:46 EDT 2021

Thanks Mark! 

Here is a decent video on how to play (less than 2 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fwtBomGp7Q <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fwtBomGp7Q>

And here are the basics in text:

12 wooden pins, numbered 1-12, are set up close together.

Players stand 3-4 meters away and take turns trying to knock over pins with a special throwing pin.

If a player knocks down one pin, the number on the pin is the score.
If a player knocks down more than one pin, the number of fallen pins is the score.

After each throw and score count, all fallen pins are raised up at the exact point where they fell (resulting in an ever more scattered field).

After the first round, each new round starts with the player with the lowest score etc.

The first player to reach exactly 50 points is the winner, and the game then ends.

If a player ends up scoring over 50 points, their total score is reduced to 25 points (but they remain in the game).
If a player scores 0 (misses all pins) three times in a row, they are eliminated from the game.

If only one player remains in the game, they are the winner regardless of score.

Now, to test the app, pretend to be a few people playing, and just make up a score from 0-12 for each throw.

Suggested things to test:
Let someone get 0 three times in a row. 
Let someone overshoot 50. 
Let someone win, etc. 
Shut down the app mid-game and check that it resumes the active game correctly.
Click the Undo button to correct (imagined) mistakes in the scoring
Modify the rules in the Settings section
Change voices for the announcements (and language if you want :)
Delete a previous games
Delete a player
Find a bug (if you can! :D)

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