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  • Results from Game Design Challenge: Spoken Word

    [07.24.08]
    - Jill Duffy

  • Jordan Espinosa, aspiring game designer and graduate from Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Math on Speed
    The object of the game is to take the number given to you and subtract the base number that is passed on to you. The game starts at 100. Players then subtract from 100 down to 0.

    Player 1 starts by saying a number from 1 to 9. Player 2 job is to subtract the number said by player 1 to the base number (100 or less). Player 2 has 5 seconds to answer or he is out of the game. Player 3 counts to five and calls time if player 2 cannot answer. If player 2 cannot answer or gives a wrong answer, the turn is then passed on to the next player in line and player 2 is out of the game. If the question is answered correctly, then player 2 gives a new number from 1 to 9, then player 3 must subtract from the new base number after player 2 answers.

    After the base number reaches 0, the players then reverse and add to 100. Lastly all players not currently answering or counting act as judges to make sure right answers are given.

    The last player left is the winner.

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