Design and Implementation of Shologuti: A Rural Game of Bangladesh

  title={Design and Implementation of Shologuti: A Rural Game of Bangladesh},
  author={Samia Nawshin and Mohd. Saifuzzaman and Md. Abdullah Al. Mamun and Md. Maruf Al Muzahid},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
Now a days, so much attention and concentration has been directed to the use of games for learning, entertaining and many more purposes because of their ability to attract player attention and hold it for lengthy periods of time as players learn to master game complexities and accomplish targets. This paper describes the initiatives to develop a game to make a small contribution to our own culture by saving an almost extinct rural game & create its virtual form, so that younger generation of… Expand
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