Simon Said was finally ported and released on windows 8.
A fun simple game of Simon Said and the original one developed for phone and based on Silverlight Simon. Press the start button and follow the series of lights and sounds remembering the sequence. This Simon Said is the original Silverlight Simon written in XAML ported from WPF/Surface/Silverlight and finally to Windows 8 and is a codeplex project for demoing Composite codebase XAML development. The example shows porting of XAML assets, user controls, sound and lookless controls and styles. This version is missing the easter egg on windows phone but has the basic flexibility and contract implementations for windows 8.
Check it out here:
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
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