Learn the bot capabilities and are you able to reveal the name of the assistant? Once you have the name, you can chat your way to be presented with stage 2 of the challenge.
Before lunch, publish a blogpost with the solution to Stage 1 and the system message and settings used in Stage 2 for a chance to win the Head2Head and a coveted 25 extra points. Quality of the solution within the 1 hour counts most, and time if we’re at a tie.
Ready to win the Head2Head Badge for 25 points – and of course win some swag?
The rules are simple: run around a maze and throw hammers at each other.
If you get hit, you lose a life. The last one alive wins!
Sounds easy, right? Well, here’s the catch: You need to write this game in Power Apps, so you have to be creative with how you make the game work. You might use a turn-based system, or poll the server, or even write your own code components using PCF to connect to a game server or game controllers.
Why would you do this? Because it’s fun, of course! Oh, and because it will teach you how to use Power Apps for real-time notifications and user interactions, which might unlock some new opportunities when building business apps. So what are you waiting for? Grab a hammer and start smashing out that app!
The first person to submit a working multiplayer game via a blog post wins!