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Create "The game of pig" details below.

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OK, so the name of the game sounds a little silly – it's called “The Game of Pig” Here's how it works... Each player rolls one die. If it is a one, it is the other player's turn. If it is a 2 thru 6, you can either quit or continue rolling. If you quit, the number on the die is added to your total (you can roll as many times as you like). HOWEVER, if you roll a 1 any time during this process, your total goes back to zero and it is the other player's turn! This continues for 5 turns and whoever has the highest total at the end is the winner. Details: ((Comments: The banner for your program (comment at the top) should include Name, Class, Semester, Program number, and program description.)))) <that is done. Each method should have a comment describing its functionality and describing each of the parameters/return values. Additionally, all variables should be commented. There should also be explanatory comments embedded in your code. Execution: ((Your program will first display your welcome message, which should include your name and a brief description of your program.)) <This is done. Next, it will ask for two player names. Then it will play the game, alternating between the two players. After 5 turns, the winner should be displayed along with the points for each player. This should continue until the players wish to quit. It should then (of course) display a closing message. Implementation: You should use three classes for this project, a main program, a Dice class, and a Player class. The Dice class should do your rolling for you and the Player class should keep track of the player's name and score. This is in Java language. THANK YOU! Using JOptionPane for input and message dialogs

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you. I will contact you once this is ready.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Ok, thank you! It's due by midnight. Will it be done by then?

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.


You are very welcome!