Noir Night - A murder mystery game.
It's 2:30 am when you arrive at the Smith Mansion. Elizabeth, Bill and Doctor Owl are standing around the bed with the dead body of Mr Smith. Your partner who arrived early on the scene gives you a rundown of the suspects: Elizabeth the wife of the deceased, Bill his butler and Doctor Owl their family doctor for the last 3 months.
Autopsy report says Smith was choked to death. However, the only person next to the body when it was found was Elizabeth, who lay there crying.
Bill recalls Mr Smith calling the doctor over as he suffered from severe chest pain. But Doctor Owl's car arrived at the mansion half an hour earlier than the body was discovered.
With only this information to start with, figure out who's responsible for the murder of Mr Smith in 2 minutes!
What it does
An interactive, voice-powered murder mystery that uses Google's Dialogflow to react to user questions.
- Frontend logic, Integrating the Speech API - Kartik Choudhary
- Backend, React logic for WebSpeech- Saurav M H
- Story - Palak Sethi
- Site Design - Lily khan
We are open for feedbacks- please mention @kachow123 (Kartik) for any backend issue and for site issues you can ask me! (´ ∀ ` *)
Challenges we ran into -
Getting the Chrome Speech Recognition API to work and streaming audio to server.
Accomplishments that we're proud of -
Finishing the hack completely in time, creating a unique mini mystery together and - testing it among people!
What we learned -
We learnt how to work with Chrome Speech API and used DialogFlow successfully for the first time!
What's next for Noir Night -
Increase accessibility and make it also available as a Google Action!
Note- Currently only supports Chrome Browser
(the backend might be down right now because of Google cloud platform credits being charged for it)
I couldn't enter questions for some reason, so I just waited until the time was up and guessed. I got it right ;)
Aside from that, great program!
Nice! Rather not use mic right now...
Ahh, yes CSS
I just made a snowman out of CSS purely (using ::before and ::after pseudo-classes or whatever u call 'em)!
posted something on replit talk after ages... feels like just drink water after so many days :thonking:
idk how to put it in words but u got it right
This is super cool!