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Saptcha - Slightly Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers Humans Apart

-- INTRO --
Imagine that you are at the back of the Captcha system.
The programmers didn't have time to code a real artificial intelligence
so now you have to match the pictures with the given name
to help websites test if the user is a Human or a malicious Robot.

Select all images that look like the animal given by the name and than click verify.
For each correct answer you earn 35 points
and you lose 25 points for each mistake.
Earn points to unlock new types of animals.

Web monetized users has access to the precisely crafted sound system that can be turned on and off.

Categories: desktop, mobile, web monetization

Feedback from the experts

Anonymous: That's a really nice idea :). From simple shapes you have something that human brain would really connect to some animals. I love it. One thing that I missed was feedback showing me when and why I was wrong. I get it that it doesn't make sense from the 'story' perspective. It would make me feel better as a gamer - like I can learn or believe you that I made a mistake... It's a bit too boring to get me stay for a longer time, this mechanic could probably be used in something bigger. From the code perspective I can see that you know what you're doing. You did use global variables sometimes etc., but I get it's not beauty contest ;P.

Jupiter Hadley: Simple game and a pretty cool idea!