B. User Manual

OverĀ Under

  1. The player is asked to guess whether a number generated randomly from 1 to 10 will be over 5, under 5, or exactly 5.
  2. The program randomly picks a number 1 through 10.
  3. If the player guessed correctly, they win, otherwise they lose.


The objective of the game is to get three of the same sprites in a row.

  1. Users will decide who is X’s and who is O’s (Player 1 is O’s and Player 2 is X’s)
  2. Player 1 will select a location on the gameboard to place sprite
  3. Player 2 will counter by placing their sprite on the board
  4. Game ends when all of the spaces are filled up or if either player gets three of their sprites in a row, vertically, horizontally, or diagonally.

Connect Four

  1. The game is designed for two players.
  2. The users will decide who is player 1 (chips) and who is player 2 (black chips).
  3. In order to play the game hit run, the program will ask to enter the user names.
  4. The game-board will show up and the user will be asked to enter the column from 1 to 7.
  5. Any number entered which is not in the range of 1 to 7 will display an error and ask the user to enter column number again.
  6. Player 1 and Player 2 will drop their piece into the board alternatively until the connect four is reached in horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
  7. In order to play the game again, hit run.