Friday, October 01, 2004

Week 2: Structural Elements of Games

Ok… Structural Elements of games

I like to introduce New game call “Baskin Robins 31”
This game is like ice breaking game, playing with number

This is how this game goes: first person call 1 to 3 numbers start from 1 and keep continues to next person and next person. Their will be a loser who has to call 31. For example: A person starts… he said 1,2,3 then next B person call 4,5…. And at the very end… a person call 31 is the loser.

It’s kind of hard to undersatand. May be I should break this down to SE of G.

1. Make the opponent to call the 31

2. Each individual has range of 3 number to call. One more time example: A person calls “1,2” then B person has 3 number range of 3,4,5. B person can call only a number “3” or two number “3,4” or lastly “3,4,5”

3. Player can’t call their number randomly, it should be in order of 1,2,3,4,5,6….

4. This game is required minimum of 2 and maximum of 4

5. all the participants have same role

6. result: this game have open out come, participates can set the “pay off” what every they wants.

7. few counting skill and mathematic function could help

8. this game is multilateral interaction

9. no extra care environmental required

10. no equipment


Blogger Pitts News Network said...

We played Baskin Robins 31 at work today and it was fun. Thanks for the game.

October 12, 2004 at 11:59 AM  
Blogger Jane said...

Pretty cool to see how blogs can spread a new game! Good job, Q.

November 8, 2004 at 12:07 PM  

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