How to Create Rolling Numbers Game in VB.Net

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This tutorial is all about How to Create Rolling Numbers Game in VB.Net.
In this tutorial, I will teach you how to create simple games in VB.Net. This is called the “Rolling Numbes”. The features of these are; the numbers are randomly rolled and it has a Progress Bar that serves as a timer.

Let’s begin:
Open the Visual Basic, create a new Windows Form Application and do the Form just like this.
rolingnumberform
After setting up the Form, double click the Timer to fire the Tick event handler. You have to set the rolled numbers randomly every time the timer ticks.
[vbnet] Private Sub Timer1_Tick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Timer1.Tick
‘INITIALIZE A PSUEDO RANDOM GENERATOR.
Dim RAN As Random = New Random()
‘DECLARING AN INTEGER VARIABLE TO STORE THE NONNEGATIVE RANDOM NUMBERS.
‘AND SET THE NUMBERS WITHIN A SPECIFIED RANGE.
Dim RES As Integer = RAN.Next(1, 7)
‘PUT THE RESULT IN THE TEXTBOX.
TextBox1.Text = RES.ToString
‘INCREASE BY 1.
ProgressBar1.Value += 1
‘CHECKING IF THE PROGRESSBAR VALUE REACHED TO 100
‘IF IT REACHES TO 100 THE TIMER WILL STOP AND THE NUMBBER IN THE TEXTBOX WILL ALSO STOP ROLLING.
If ProgressBar1.Value = 100 Then
‘IF THE CHECKBOX1 IS CHECKED THE MESSAGE WILL APPEAR IN THE LISTBOX.
If CheckBox1.CheckState = CheckState.Checked Then
If TextBox1.Text = CheckBox1.Text Then
‘ADDING STRING MESSAGE IN THE LISTBOX.
ListBox1.Items.Add(“The result is ” & TextBox1.Text & “!”)
End If
End If

If CheckBox2.CheckState = CheckState.Checked Then
If TextBox1.Text = CheckBox2.Text Then
ListBox1.Items.Add(“The result is ” & TextBox1.Text & “!”)
End If
End If
If CheckBox3.CheckState = CheckState.Checked Then
If TextBox1.Text = CheckBox3.Text Then
ListBox1.Items.Add(“The result is ” & TextBox1.Text & “!”)
End If
End If

If CheckBox4.CheckState = CheckState.Checked Then
If TextBox1.Text = CheckBox4.Text Then
ListBox1.Items.Add(“The result is ” & TextBox1.Text & “!”)
End If
End If

If CheckBox5.CheckState = CheckState.Checked Then
If TextBox1.Text = CheckBox5.Text Then
ListBox1.Items.Add(“The result is ” & TextBox1.Text & “!”)
End If
End If

If CheckBox6.CheckState = CheckState.Checked Then
If TextBox1.Text = CheckBox6.Text Then
ListBox1.Items.Add(“The result is ” & TextBox1.Text & “!”)
End If
End If

If CheckBox7.CheckState = CheckState.Checked Then
If TextBox1.Text = CheckBox7.Text Then
ListBox1.Items.Add(“The result is ” & TextBox1.Text & “!”)
End If
End If
Timer1.Stop()
End If

End Sub
[/vbnet] After setting up the rolled number, go back to the Form Design and double click the Button. You have to start the timer and assign the Progress Bar into its minimum value in the Sub Procedure.
[vbnet] Private Sub btnRoll_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnRoll.Click
‘CLEARING THE LISTBOX
ListBox1.Items.Clear()
‘START THE TIMER
Timer1.Start()
‘THE VALUE OF THE PROGRESSBAR WILL RETURN TO THE DEFAULT EVERY CLICK THE BUTTON
ProgressBar1.Value = 0
End Sub
[/vbnet] The complete source code is included and you can download it.

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