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Championship Texas Hold 'em

Senior Project: 2005-2006
Brandon Andrews, Troy Brown, Atilio Jobson, Andrew McGraw and Namaste Reid
Louisville, CO

DreamQuest Software, based in Louisville, Colorado, develops games for the Windows PC, Pocket PC, Palm and Mobile Phone markets. In particular, they have developed many popular card games, including Hearts, Spades, Gin and Blackjack, which have won numerous awards for their challenge and fun. Since Poker is a very popular card game, Championship Texas Hold 'em was a logical card game to be added to the DreamQuest portfolio. The goal was a poker game designed for the casual gamer. It has a clean and easy-to-use interface, it has lively avatars and skillful AI to compete against, and it runs on both Windows and PalmOS.

Championship Texas Hold 'em was implemented within the existing DreamQuest game architecture. It was created using Visual Basic 6.0 and AppForge. The implementation utilized vast portions of the existing shared code base while adding new code and functionality in a modular way.

Windows Splash Screen
Windows Splash Screen
Windows Version
Windows Version
Mobile Version
Mobile Version
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