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Contents: Introduction First Iteration: Guess Who Second Iteration: Boggle Third Iteration: Mastermind Fourth Iteration: Scrabble Conclusion/Reflection Bibliography Additional References 1. Introduction At the conclusion of each of Dr Chris Moore’s lectures this semester we are left with one enduring piece of advice: “Play More Games”. And this semester, for my final digital artefact in myContinue reading “Project Dossier”
For the final game in this nostalgia-inducing and memory provoking digital artefact, my sister and I this week played a modernised version of our childhood favourite, Scrabble, in the form of Words With Friends. Scrabble was originally known as Criss-Cross, and “was based on the crossword puzzle and anagrams” (Encyclopaedia Britannica). Originally designed by theContinue reading “Words with Siblings”
One of my very first introductions to logic/deduction games ended up being one of my favourite games as a child. Mastermind became a frequent brain workout for my sister and I, as we each took turns carefully formulating a code that would ideally leave the other player defeated. The board set up is extremely simple,Continue reading “What Mastermind Can Teach Us About… Life?”