My project is a part of a bigger set of activities aimed at teaching the military personnel some vocabulary related to the military service. The idea is to make it a little bit entertaining.
Sorry for replying so late. Yes, I used Cartoon Animator 4:
The problem is, that, as the name suggests, it’s for creating cartoons, so the export options are limited to film formats (like mp4). But you can export gifs. With all their limitations, they are still usable.
Thanks for your comment. I intended to force the user into a correct answer. In terms of multiple answer, there are just 4 options. But for type-in questions, there’s a problem if you get stuck. Actually, I corrected it, by giving a learner a hint 2 times, and then he is presented an answer. The avatar makes a comment “I hope you will remember it now!”, or something of this sort. So, yes. Your remark is very accurate. It’s always a problem if you work on a project alone. Besides, a tester is a full time job in gaming companies!
Interesting topic, especially knowing there is so much terminology to learn. I like the introduction, how did you animate your character?
Oh, I noted a (protentional) misspelled words. The word “about” (“Now learn the information abaout an IFV.) and “Presentation” at the top in orange, spelled PRESENTAITION (only on some slides).
Hi. Thanks for commenting and yor remarks. As for animations. I used a program called Cartoon Animator 4. I have a commercial licence. Unfortunately, this program is actually for making, as the name suggests, cartoons. It offers a vast amount of possibilities, but there’s no option o HTML5 output. But there’s an option of exporting gifs. Not the most efficient option…..
I corrected the mistakes. For now, I haven’t uploaded the corrected version. I have problems with Capitvate critical error which appeared recently. ( porblems with saving which is supposed to be fixed, but for me the error message still pops out). I will upload the correction soon.
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