I work at a education startup that is also a social business. Here we have the need of a software that diagnoses the cognitive performance of a child at the literacy education period (is this the right term for a kid that is learning how to read and make basic algebra?). They range around 6 and 9 years old.
For each school year, we have a packages of questions, that sums around a total of 400MB. We can afford making one "game" per package, but the ideal scenario is the one that enables the user to download each package separately.
We have tried some authoring tools, like Captivate, but the performance was trash and we had a huge load of bugs and obstacles. There were so many workaround, that we could just write our own software. Now, that's exactly what we'll do.
The requirements of our software/game are:
1) It has to play a intro Video;
2) It needs to have a tutorial, teaching the basic mechanics of the input method (touch or mouse, no keyboard);
3) It needs at least 4 types of questions: drag and drop, multiple choice, virtual keyboard (one for numbers only and one for letters);
4) All questions has a audio with a vocal instruction;
5) All answers are based on buttons (with text or image), not bullets, nor check boxes, nor pure text, etc. When clicked, they play a feedback audio, accordingly with the choice;
6) The quiz has a tree structure, kind like a directed graph with costs on the edges. We group regions of the graph into different difficulties and the user goes from one region to another, depending on his performance of the previous questions. Note that almost 1/3 of the quiz is never accessed;
7) Some answers have an audio that plays the sound that the element of the image produces, or tells what is written on the text;
8) Some objects needs to have an ID, so we can track the interactions on a database, later.
The content of the questions already has a default structure, based on folder organization. This structure should be created from another software, that records all metadata on a database in our server (can this software be made with Construct 2 too, for better GUI?).
Because we go to schools that has no Internet Connection for all computers (Windows) / tablets (Android, mostly), it needs to run OFFLINE.
Some schools, has only tablets with less than 1GB of storage available - oh, did I mention we're from Brazil? - so we have this "streaming" idea - where the user downloads the possible questions he could go next, while answering the one he's at. Dunno if it's something feasible to achieve in Construct2, as I couldn't conclude if the topics below are directly connected with our case:
So, do you guys think it's something we could accomplish all of this with Construct 2?
Thanks in advance.