A simple Java crossword Applet that reads a xml or binary file supplied everyday, from a php URL [url removed, login to view] 1) Displays a crossword, 2) Lets user enter numbers 3) Have a check button, which user can click to check errors. 4) Marks the cells where the user made errors. 5) Finds out when he completes the puzzle. 6) Reveal solution button, Start Over button. From Applet Parameter: Font Name, size, Text color, background color, Show solution or not... White cell color, black cell color. and then finds whether the . (a slightly diffrent crossword, with only numbers.) For details of the crossword, please visit [url removed, login to view] We are building a VB program that is at a pre-alpha stage. If you want we will give you the VB source code, so that you save time designing the java code. You an rip any of the online crossword java applets to achieve thess taks (and hence the low budget). Ex: [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] I prefer an Indian/Russian coder (cost effectiveness). Also I dont have much money to spend. If I get good return on investment, I wont hesitate to share some of it. I am intrested in promoting the popularity of the game first, and then when it reaches the good popularity, we can make some profit. We will need the coder to improve the code and increase features if the popularity increases. Thank you.
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