Basic C++ in a IDE

While I have been discovering the app I created, I have come across some interesting information along with my journey. To create my program, I have witnessed and engaged in making mini-programs. To do this, you must work in an IDE (Integrated Development Environment). I just so happen to have a great one for you called Cloud9. The program helps you create applications and debug them in real time.

https://aws.amazon.com/cloud9/

First, start off by signing up than adding a workspace.

Then Name your file and choose to work in C++ for now.

I created an elementary program in C++ code below.

If you want to go into further depth of how C++ works or how to code something for yourself here is another website for everything you might need.

http://www.cplusplus.com/

LevelHeaded

There is a need to identify a smart game design solution to help prevent suicide among the LGBT community ages 19-25 years, this is not limited to the indicated community, but is inclusive and universal to the masses.
 
The tenth ruling cause of death is suicide in the United States. It’s estimated that 85% of teens and 90% of adults own cell phones. This shows there is a urgency for an app that helps prevent suicide amid the populace.
 
Here is my solution an app that is a smart game that takes pointers from McGonigal SuperBetter: the power of living gamefully.
 
The way you take care of yourself unlocks options for you to customize your character. The avatar you chosen seen in the chatroom, and this allows you to be anonymous from the other users unless you want to share with your friends. You also get points for helping people in the chatroom and they can give you points back. There is game mode that changes occasionally helping in therapeutic ways. This is not a replacement for therapy, but a tool that can be therapeutic.
 
Please go to the link below to check out the app LevelHeaded. Leave a comment and let me know what you think. This is not the real thing but a prototype.

LevelHeaded

Google Draw MMORPG

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I created a game of Tic Tac Toe in Google Draw. The rules are fairly simple. Two players take turns putting their piece of either an X or an O. Whoever get three in a row first wins the game. Here is a link to the page if you care to play it now.

https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1jpAvEqWIIpNSNLIzMcOW5yXeK9ZPrlUGfR_C0e3sbfk/edit?usp=sharing

Machinations Game Mechanics Tool

The first half of the video is a simulation of a small town using the oceans waves for electricity. This town also pays with energy to fight wars. This takes a while to win the war because the city must bring energy to the suburbs, town hall and downtown. Also energy is lost when the tide is out.

The second half of the video show a simulation game where students are to find posters that lead them to the secret garden on campus.