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The game has been developed using freeware softwares that can be easily accessed.

The essential
softwares required for smooth functioning of the game includes the need of Netbeans or Java
Runtime Environment and Blender (3D animation and modelling tool) to be installed in the
system. The essential code for the game have been done using Java and python and aren’t
required to be known. Both the softwares used are freeware and can be accessed easily from their
respective websites.

 Hardware

The hardware requirements are:

Minimum requirements

o 32-bit dual core 2Ghz CPU with SSE2 support.

o 2 GB RAM.
o 1280×768 Display.
o Mouse or trackpad.
o OpenGL 2.1 compatible graphics with 512 MB RAM.

Recommended requirements:

o 32-bitocta core2Ghz CPU with SSE2 support.

o 4 GB RAM.
o 1366×768 Display.
o Mouse or trackpad.
o OpenGL 2.1 compatible graphics with 512 MB RAM.



o Module of Project
The game has been developed in blender and Netbeans IDE. It takes basic system capable of
running any legacy software. The game contains 3 screens and each screen contains interactive
User interface with which the user interacts with.It makes the use of common hardware
components and thus cuts the expenses of things down. The player is given a limited amount of
chances after which the score is being calculated and shown in a well-structured format. The
software contains 3 essential modules needed for the proper functioning.

1. Entry form Moduledgdfbdbdbdbfdbdbdfbf

Just like every game has a main menu to start with, this module focusses on knowing the basic
and essential information of the player. This module was designed using Netbeans IDE and is
responsible for fetching as well as storing the user information which is utilized afterwards into
other modules. It allows you to directly view the leaderboard or play the game. This module is
also easy to understand and becomes user friendly once used for much time.

2. Main game
This module is the core of the project. It is the heart of the game where every functionality