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Learning Objective-C by Developing iPhone Games by Amy M. Booker, Joseph D. Walters

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The Simon Says game

Here is a little information about the Simon Says game. Simon Says is a child's game where one of the players is Simon and the other players must follow his/her instructions. Simon begins each instruction with "Simon says, jump two times", for example, and the players follow suit. If, however, a player performs the instruction without the prompt of Simon Says, that player automatically takes the role of Simon.

Let's start by figuring out what the game is going to do. First and foremost, this is an introduction on how to play audio on the iPhone, so we are going to keep this pretty simple. We want to make this a two-page game with a main menu and a game scene. The game play area will need four large colored buttons and an indicator ...

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