!!!!! I have attached the instruction document as well as two versions of a previous release. You can develop the rest base on the previous release. Just make sure you change the previous release a little bit so the teacher won’t know it was taken from the github. The grading is not strict, so you won’t need to change a lot.
The final release adds a few rules of the game. There is an new Escape Developer’s GuidePreview the document that includes the new material. I’ve put change bars into the guide that highlight the new material. I’ve also put notes in places to clarify some things that were discussed in the Beta release discussion board.
You are still expected to use TDD and provide a TODO that shows how you developed the Beta version. The best way to do this is to number the tests as you go along. Remember to refactor continuously. In fact much of the work that you will be doing for this release shold be refactoring and cleaning up your design.
You have two deliverables for this assignment. The firs is your Eclipse project. The second, is a design document that describes your project’s design, the decisions you made, and why you made them. You began keeping a log of such decisions in the beta release. For this release, use this to develop a report that an informed reader would be able to read and understand how you approached the design and implementation. UML diagrams are helpful for this. You might also run some metrics using the CodeMR software (Module 10) or some other metrics package. This will help support your work. The report should only be 3-5 pages, perhaps more if you have many diagrams. Submit the report as a separate file with your submission (pdf or docx).
This assignment will be graded in two stages. For the first stage, the staff will grde your work by running the master tests, checking the coverage, and checking for readability and code style. I will do the second part, which will take longer. This is an evaluation of your design. So, when you check grades, you should wait until both sets of grades have been put on your submission.
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