Memory Card Photo Pairs (Baha'i ringstone symbol inspired) and Quadcopter-Racing-100mX50m board game

Card Game based on memorizing 52 face down cards and using photo capacity on your phone or tablet.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "What do we do now?" is the question asked when you have to decide to turn four cards over and not take a photo of your opponents cards or take a photo with your phone (or other device) and turn only two cards over.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "What do we do now?"------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Set up cards as pictured (11 cards across the top, 8 cards across the bottom and two crosses with nine cards deep)---------------------------------------- 2. Player one turns over four cards.------------------------------------------ 3. Player two decides to take a photo and turn cards back over to then turn two cards over aiming for pairs or not photo and turn over four cards.----------------------------------- 4. Player one decides to take a photo and turn cards back over and turn two cards over or not photo and turn four cards over.------------------------------------- 5. Players can used taken photos to assist in gaining pairs.-------------------------------------------- 6. Cards are kept in the design shape after each turn or removed into pile of pairs to count up with highest number of cards winning.---------------------------------------- 7. If a player gains two sets of pair in one turn then then next player must turn over 8 cards (so slow the came down is one strategy to win)------------------------------------- 8. All cards are played till all pairs have been selected and the winner has the most number of cards.------------------------------------------- 9. Scores are submitted to a website and the dates that the games were played.- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(Because one person can not upload two games created at global game jam I have jammed two games -card and board game- into one. enjoy. note url to card game "game website" and another url to board game "play now!")------------(Also note there is a zip batch file (Unix Script file) that records the timing of the quadcopter over the 9 squares on a football field)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Quadcopter-Racing-100mX50m is a board game played with a drone on a football sized field and first person veiwing glasses for a controlled speed trial with a standard board so the world can get a standarised score and is logged for international comparison. One configuration of the numbering has been provided for the purpose of demonstrating the fundamentals of the game (Young-Simpson). Others can we submitted for consideration and naming in time to come.
Jam year: 
2015
Diversifiers: 
Noise Generator
Wrist Watcher
Batch Job
Chimera
Platforms: 
Non-digital game (board game, card game, physical game, sport, etc.), MS Windows, Mac OS X, Linux / Unix, Android device, iPhone, iPad, Microsoft Windows Phone, Other digital platform
Tools and Technologies: 
GameMaker (any product)
Technology Notes: 
This game came out of reading the diversifiers before the registration. Trying to make a five pointed star ( Bahai ringstone symbol inspired) out to a deck of playing cards resulted in 11 cards on top with 8 cards on bottom and two crosses. "... and that He Who hath been manifested is the Hidden Mystery, the Treasured Symbol, through Whom the letters B and E (Be) have been joined and knit together." Baha'u'llah in Long Obligatory Prayer in Kitáb-i-Aqdas. Wanting to use 52 playing cards my son, Sail Fun Young (12 yrs), played the first game in beta testing the night before. At the Global Gaming Jam I reached out to Lianne B. for some graphic design work in the intructions to lay out the card design. Technical assistance in sizing photos was from the Auckland organiser here in New Zealand by the name of TC. ThibWeb was the first game tester at the global gaming jam 2015. 23 Jan 2015 The Diversifiers are 4 of 16 possible: Noise Generator: The mechanic of the game is based on players having to stay in constant communication with each other. Wrist Watcher: The game is playable on a smart-watch, or uses wearable technology in some way. Clueless Parents: The game helps kids teach something to their parents or other family members. Chimera: The game is played partly as a digital and partly as a non-digital (board, card, etc.) game.
Installation Instructions: 

Read Me file Hi, welcome to what is about to unfold from Auckland GGJ15 from Rod Young 1. Three games are compressed into one site (because GGJ14 was the same where only one person can upload one game while others in bigger groups have people who have not used this privelege. Solution is to have a person able to upload games in four categories A. Card game category. B. Board Game Category. C. Group Game Category D. Solo Category. 2. The GGJ15 site for Rod Young is the hub that contains leads to three games. A. Batch Game file. B Website for Card game. C. Website for Board Game. 3. The card game uses photo on cellphone or tablet to play and instructions are on the GGJ site and also website 4. The Board Game is set up on a sports field and a quadcopter with First Person Viewing equipment flys a part set out in the game intructions. 5. The Batch file Game is loaded onto a computer and when played times the quadcopter going around the board game weigh points (16 touch down intervals to record time for) 6. The data from the batch file record is then require to be upload by typing the timings into the website of the board game where the form is provided. 7. A calculation of the total time is needed by taking the finish time and subtracting the start time and then included in the form and submitted. 8. The data is then able to be seen in the website on an internation leader board so check this data has been migrated to the spreadsheet prepard for. 9. The card game also has an international data depository that requires to be filled out and is found on the card game website. 10. Remember the GGJ15 is the hub of the three games. Enjoy and welcome to play

Credits: 

This game came out of reading the diversifiers before the registration.

Trying to make a five pointed star out to a deck of playing cards resulted in 11 cards on top with 8 cards on bottom and two crosses.

Wanting to use 52 playing cards my son, Sail Fun Young (12 yrs), played the first game in beta testing the night before.

At the Global Gaming Jam I reached out to Lianne B. for some graphic design work in the intructions to lay out the card design.

Technical assistance in sizing photos was from the Auckland organiser here in New Zealand by the name of TC.

23 Jan 2015

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