May 26, 2020
Geography game project
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May 26, 2020
Geography game project
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This simple geography game asks the user to drag and drop the continents onto the world map.
The originality is that the drag sources appear one by one in a random order each time a learner attempts the game.
This game is made responsive so anyone can enjoy it on any device

This project is based on a simple one to one Drag and Drop interaction. When the game starts, a random drag source is displayed. Object actions on the drop targets are used to trigger an advanced action which randomly displays the next drag source of the interaction.
This system ensures that the game is different for each attempt.
The scoring system uses regular Captivate variables and Advanced action as well as a little touch of JavaScript to make it more exciting!

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2021-02-28 16:28:37
2021-02-28 16:28:37

Interactive Learning, I like it

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2021-02-25 23:30:36
2021-02-25 23:30:36

Very Interactive and kids friendly.

 

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2021-02-20 00:02:19
2021-02-20 00:02:19

Gracias

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2021-02-18 20:37:37
2021-02-18 20:37:37

Great interactive. Thank you for sharing.

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2021-02-13 01:49:22
2021-02-13 01:49:22

Enjoyed your geography game.

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2021-02-12 05:53:15
2021-02-12 05:53:15

I enjoyed the game.

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2021-01-22 15:54:57
2021-01-22 15:54:57

Nice work. Thank you for sharing 🙂

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2021-01-14 06:50:34
2021-01-14 06:50:34

nice work how can I download and implement on web

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2021-01-14 11:27:13
2021-01-14 11:27:13
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manjeets49780234
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You can download the .cptx file from this very page. Then, use Captivate to publish the project as a SCORM package that you can integrate to your LMS.

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2021-01-12 19:38:24
2021-01-12 19:38:24

Nice game! Simply, effective. I find the psychedelic colours a bit distracting, but otherwise the game is effective and does indeed provide a nice base for randomized sources.

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2020-12-27 19:02:45
2020-12-27 19:02:45

Thank you for sharing, just the concept I was looking for.

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2020-12-17 04:07:45
2020-12-17 04:07:45

Very cool Thanks for sharing!

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2020-12-08 00:46:26
2020-12-08 00:46:26

Thanks for sharing this. I am looking to do something similar for a project for a history course. I like the randomness.

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2020-12-08 00:42:51
2020-12-08 00:42:51

This is kind of what I was looking for for a project that I’m just undertaking. Thanks for sharing.

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2020-12-03 17:43:05
2020-12-03 17:43:05

How long have you been a captive user and how much time did this project take to complete? I love the design!

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2020-12-06 13:22:32
2020-12-06 13:22:32
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I’ve been using Captivate since version 1 (2004). Took me about a day to complete everything, from handpicking the images to stock image sites to developing the JavaScript, creating the CP project, testing it out and everything… Glad you like ti!

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2020-11-27 03:41:34
2020-11-27 03:41:34

So creative!

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2020-11-24 23:33:58
2020-11-24 23:33:58

great work

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2020-11-24 02:51:52
2020-11-24 02:51:52

FUN!

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2020-11-23 21:58:16
2020-11-23 21:58:16

Thanks!

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2020-11-23 21:24:34
2020-11-23 21:24:34

Thank you Damien!

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2020-11-23 16:43:48
2020-11-23 16:43:48

Thank you!

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2020-11-15 17:04:50
2020-11-15 17:04:50

That was good, enjoyed that. More please Pheraps Cities around the world

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2020-11-10 20:44:12
2020-11-10 20:44:12

Very nice and simple. Subtle way of telling you when you are wrong

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2020-11-08 05:00:34
2020-11-08 05:00:34

Very nice.  Can I ask how the system ensures that the game will be different each time?  I’m new to Captivate and curious to know what is the function/process that allows that to happen?  Thanks in advance!

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2020-11-30 16:44:41
2020-11-30 16:44:41
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Lisa5CC2
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it is the JavaScript function that randomizes the order in which the drag sources appear. So each time the game is played, the continents appear in a random order!

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2020-11-06 22:00:51
2020-11-06 22:00:51

I love the image art on the enter screen and of course the game is very nice simple and engaging.

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2020-11-03 23:32:20
2020-11-03 23:32:20

Nice work.

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2020-10-18 01:40:03
2020-10-18 01:40:03

Wonderful starter project to help me get my e-learning business kicked off.  Thanks!  🙂

 

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2020-10-15 00:25:14
2020-10-15 00:25:14

The game worked well for me.  I didn’t care for the instructions and points having the yellow background though.  Hurts my eyes.  It’s a very nice game though.

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2020-09-17 17:34:56
2020-09-17 17:34:56

The click sounds are the biggest turn off with Captivate Prime.

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D0A
2020-09-16 13:12:27
D0A
2020-09-16 13:12:27

Clean design.. I’m taking notes..

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2020-09-06 14:09:19
2020-09-06 14:09:19

Great Learning game

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2020-09-03 21:47:18
2020-09-03 21:47:18

Already have Captivate CS6 installed, every time try to install free projects it tries to reinstall Captivate

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2020-09-04 13:26:59
2020-09-04 13:26:59
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shyrle2020
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This project was created with Captivate 2019, so you need Captivate 2019 (or newer) to open it.

The available Captivate versions are Captivate 9, Captivate 2017 and Captivate 2019 (Captivate 8 and earlier are considered legacy versions). Of these versions only Captivate 2019 can open this file.

Also note that Captivate CS6 never existed (Captivate Is not part of the Creative Suite or Creative Cloud). We had a version called Captivate 6 back in 2012, but it is not anymore supported.

Hope it helps.

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2020-08-27 18:35:31
2020-08-27 18:35:31

The basic game is good but even if you know all the things you cant score full because the time goes on when the labels were coming

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2020-09-01 09:11:00
2020-09-01 09:11:00
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vozni
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True!

But it is easy to modify the JavaScript so that the count down of the score starts with a little delay…

Use the window.setTimeOut( ) method to do do.

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2020-08-27 15:21:23
2020-08-27 15:21:23

it’s a great game. Thanks

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2020-08-11 09:46:53
2020-08-11 09:46:53

Good one! Where are you based Damien?

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2020-08-11 11:47:30
2020-08-11 11:47:30
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I am in Belgium (Europe, between France, the Netherlands and Germany). But I can teach and work around the world in French and English!

Glad you like my little project.

Happy Captivating!

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2020-07-29 08:07:59
2020-07-29 08:07:59

nice game.

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2020-07-16 05:57:09
2020-07-16 05:57:09

Great game, very motivating to repeat and practise.

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2020-07-20 09:34:50
2020-07-20 09:34:50
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EchidnaREL
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Thanks a lot for your comment. Glad you like my little project!!

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2020-07-14 08:35:47
2020-07-14 08:35:47

Good simplicity and clear graphics.

Good you make it more accessible by adding audio to the instructions and each of the words?  It would be a great addition.

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2020-07-20 09:34:11
2020-07-20 09:34:11
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ruthE818
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Thanks for your comment. Glad you like this little project.

Good suggestion on the accessibility. Will keep it in mind for future projects.

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2020-07-11 03:18:11
2020-07-11 03:18:11

Nice!

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2020-06-17 10:17:21
2020-06-17 10:17:21

I enjoyed it. But I think Arctic is worth adding in the North Pole.

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2020-05-27 12:34:19
2020-05-27 12:34:19

Thanks for this great ressource !….

The javascript code to display the drag object one by one will be very useful !…

😉

 

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2020-05-28 11:09:09
2020-05-28 11:09:09
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Glad you like it!

Happy Captivating!!

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