Silverlight and Expression Blend prove to be a lethal combo for developing game user interfaces (UIs). You can use the rich Internet features of Silverlight 3 as well as develop the logic and perform the processing in the code-behind files in a Silverlight 3 application. And you can use Expression Blend to design and enhance the UI.Let's take a simple example of the Number Puzzle game to demonstrate this. This game works as follows:A set of buttons are displayed in a 3x3 format, each containing a random number between 1 to 8, except one button which is left blank. Thus, you have 8 random numbers between 1 to 8 displayed on 8 buttons and one button which is blank. For example, it could be like this:
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