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Survive the Party

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Amy Aynalem

on 11 December 2017

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Transcript of Survive the Party

Submitting the Game
What makes our game unique?
Migrant worker Flapper girl Jazz musician Mafia
1920s-1940s represented an era in which money was a significant theme. Therefore, when a player answers a question correctly, they have the opportunity to roll the inflatable dice and earn however much money it landed on. Money is equivalent to points.
Not only are you going to be physically interacting with the game but you have this whole character to portray! Once you begin the game you’ll get lost into it with so much fun as your decisions create your future. This whole game is an amazing way to learn your history as you're trying to remember important things that have occurred and you’ll learn even more. With each step of the game you're slowly memorizing people and places and even things that’s occurred in a specific time by using our trivia cards that work like flash cards. At the end of the game you’ll be ready to ace any history test!
A life-size board game
By Amerti Aynalem,
Joanna Alejandre,
Eliza Arizabal,
Cynthia Lopez, and
Jazjuan Kenion

We attempted to submit the game to a game company called Stonemaier games in which specializes in game boards, however they haven’t responded. We strongly suggest Survive the Party to you if you need a game that is out of the box and gets students intrigued about the transition of life in the 1920’s to 1940’s.
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