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The Brave

Page history last edited by Jason Hostutler 11 years, 1 month ago

Objective:

To be able to stand and deal more damage than the opponent. 

 

Requirements:

2 (brave souls)players

1 nickel (it has the sharpest edges)

And a smooth surface beside the game board that will have to be at least 3 feet long. (counter top or table top most likely)

 

Game Pieces:

Game Board and two pennies, buttons or whatever you can use to place on the board along the p

 

Rules: 

Rock, Paper, Scissors to determine who goes first.

Each player takes a turn by flipping the  nickel.

If the nickel lands on heads the player moves one space, two spaces for tails.

When a player lands on a White square they are in the clear.

When a player lands on a Black square they have to place their closed fist nuckles down across the playing surface facing the other player.

     Then the other player lays the nickel down and with his thumb gets to rocket the nickel into the ca'nuckles of the player that landed on the black square.

Then on to the next turn, and on and on and on.

 

The first player to quit, loses!!

If both players go until the end then they both win....................until next time.

 

 

Comments (7)

Tyler Sandersfeld said

at 11:28 pm on Jun 30, 2009

Ah, a physical endurance mechanic with the possibility of bleeding. Testosteriffic!

Dirk Songuer said

at 4:19 am on Jul 1, 2009

Ouch? :)

Lukc said

at 3:29 pm on Jul 1, 2009

Yeah, ouch :D

Dan Kelly said

at 8:01 pm on Jul 1, 2009

Sounds like Mountain Dew would be an essential component, along with a cellphone and 911 set on speeddial :)

I tried coin toss on my game and after I posted, play testing proved it to not work well as a game dynamic.

mike.reddy@... said

at 12:25 am on Jul 2, 2009

Ah, a Race to the End-urance game. Not sure I'd want to play it. Why didn't the cointoss work do you think?

Dan Kelly said

at 1:16 pm on Jul 2, 2009

We found that tossing a coin hurts your hands after a while... and for whatever reason, 70-80% coin tosses came up tails. Not exactly the way it should work out. I think a spinner, dice, maybe even drawing from a deck of cards would be better. Just my opinion though :)

Jason Hostutler said

at 11:24 pm on Jul 2, 2009

Thats odd that tails came up more than heads by that much........hmmmmmmm......something unseen perhaps might have been influencing the outcome.

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