Surviving Game: Escape From the Lion [ Ago-For-Since ]

Surviving Game: Escape From the Lion

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~:| Screenshots |:~

Screenshots

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~:| General Instructions |:~

01. Slide two | Introduction: you have to click after each sentence that appears to move forward.

02. Slide 03-23:

02.1. You have to click after the [ Question # ] appears, to show the question.

02.2. After you choose an answer, wait for a circle with the next question number; it appears under the picture. Click that xircle to move to the next question. Don’t click anywhere, because you’ll move to the next slide which would have a repeated question with different score; Each question is repeated on couple of slides.

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~:| Notes |:~

01. To best view the game, have font Berline Sans FB installed.

02. The animation might be a little bit slow at some stage, because the guy picture is animated. So you can wait patiently, or just click once to get over that specific animation.

03. Practice running the game before taking it into your classroom.

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~:| Strange Problem |:~

In the first game and this one as well there is a strange problem that persists at a certain point of the game.

01. When you reach Question #06 after straight five correct answers (The little guy on score +05), the guy – no matter what answer you choose – jumps to score +03 repeating Question #06!

This jump, basically, means that the slide animation didn’t work! and you moved to the next slide. I worked closely with s.lefevre and Julia from ESLprintables to examine every bits of the game.. But nothing is missing! and all the animations are there! Why then? I don’t know!!

~:|  Solution |:~

All thanks to s.lefevre for finding this solution

01. Go to slide 18 (This is where the prolem is).

02. Delete the following : The signs for trying again or giving up, the text box of the man being unable to move, and the black square.

By this, your slide should work find with all the animation designed:

when choosing the correct answer, your guy would move and fade out, you’ll hear the enging starting and the car moving away, and the congratulations sign would appear.

You might loose the sense of closer here, but at least you get to give your students the congratulation they deserve!

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~:| Special Thanks |:~

Kisdobos from iSLCollective

for giving me the permission to use his idea to put this game together.

falafel from ESLprintables

for providing me with the game’s questions.

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~:| Downloads |:~

.ppt

Mirror-01 | Mirror-02 | Mirror-03 | Mirror-04

[ Dedicated-Teacher ]

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15 Comments

  1. Juliag said,

    April 19, 2010 at 11:29 PM

    Fantastic creativity on your part again. Love the knocking knees! Thanks a lot.

    • April 19, 2010 at 11:41 PM

      Hi there Julia, and many thanks for the comment. Let’s thank Kisdobos for that picture as well ^^” I took it from his document and guess what! it turned to be an animated picture…

      Hope this game works fine and without problems.
      I recieved your email dear and will get back to you soon. 🙂

  2. lshorton99 said,

    April 20, 2010 at 9:58 AM

    Thank you for sharing this – it’s brilliant!!!!!

  3. falafel said,

    April 20, 2010 at 11:37 AM

    Hi dear. This is another amazing work. It’s great with a lot of creativity. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    • April 20, 2010 at 12:02 PM

      Hi dearest falafel,
      your brilliant questions inspired me to add the nice touch to the game. Have to admit your choice of a certain picture is great ;).. I’m sure you will recognize it when you preview the game. ^^

  4. Habiba said,

    April 20, 2010 at 1:35 PM

    Excellent work.Thank you

  5. totya said,

    April 20, 2010 at 2:34 PM

    Another wonderful game. Thank you.

  6. Rosario Pacheco said,

    April 20, 2010 at 3:40 PM

    Thanks a lot for your wonderful work. I didn´t know you had such a wonderful blog. Congratulations! Thanks for having left the news on the forum on ESL-PRINTABLES so now I can pop in whenever I have time.
    Keep up the excellent work.
    Rosario Pacheco

    • April 20, 2010 at 5:46 PM

      Hi Rosario,

      Happy to have you within my precious visitors. I hope you can find what makes your teaching life a little bit easier. Remember, that you can find my all ESL-printables contributions in here, and point-free ^^.

  7. Rosi Noor said,

    April 21, 2010 at 8:35 AM

    Hi there, How are you doing?
    I really really find your work nice, usefull and unique. Thanks alot for that!!!
    I am an elementary teacher, and my students are so young, Do you have any of your work that can be used for this early age?
    Have a nice DAY!!!

  8. April 21, 2010 at 10:24 AM

    Hi Rosi,
    I’m fine Wa Alhamdulllah. First thanks for your kind words, those will keep me going. Regarding young learners, honestly, I haven’t teach this level. I think I can focus a little bit on them. We can for example, change some of the games here to suit them. I will use this game template to make one on body parts.

    Can you tell me which theme you are on right now?

    Take care dear 🙂

  9. Rosi said,

    April 21, 2010 at 12:14 PM

    Hi there, how are you doing?
    It is really really nice. Your work is creative and unique, thanks a lot for that.
    I teach elementary level. My student are so young. So I was wondering if you have any of your work that could work well for my little ones.
    Have a cheerful day!!!!!


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