The game was mentioned in three episodes of The Big Bang Theory.
With this app you can play the game against Sheldon, Leonard, Howard and Raj.
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- Hand based representations of Rock, Paper and Scissors performed by animated pieces of fruit with facial features!
- Real time scoreboard updated BEFORE YOUR VERY EYES!
- At least two hills on screen at any one time!
- Free with no adverts!
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The Quick ‘n’ Easy Timeline Planner is an Android application designed to help students better manage their study time. When it comes to balancing the workloads of different assignments, we are most productive when we work in multiple, short, focused sprints as opposed to long, drawn out, cramming sessions. This app takes advantage of these naturally productive study habits to help us get the most out of the time we spend studying.
Students are faced with the responsibility of balancing multiple important tasks which requires efficient time management and good study habits. Often, certain tasks take longer than expected and the things we didn’t get done today get pushed off into tomorrow. When these tasks pile up, they are either forgotten about or busted out last minute right before a deadline.
The Quick ‘n’ Easy Timeline Planner offers students a way to plan out a two to three hour timeline where they predefine what tasks they are going to work on and how long they will work on them. After that, the goal is to make as much progress on the task as they can. Working this way has several advantages:
minimizing the amount of time wasted stuck on problems
always making progress on the tasks that are planned
working for shorter, more focused periods of time
The app design started during the Summer before capstone. In September, I met with Jihan Ejan, the director for The Center for Student Success and received feedback from her about the concept for the app. The first version was published in December. Through February and March I updated the app several times based off of feedback I received from student testers. In April, I published the last version which included layout support for tablets, horizontal screen orientations, a new theme, and improved handling of the Android lifecycle methods.