Play problem-solving questions in the game of Go where you are faced with situations where your only survival is to sacrifice.
In a game of discarding cards, you must choose wisely what to keep and discard in order to finish first.
Half of the class will be interviewers and half will be interviewees. After 10 minutes, teachers will give interviewers a task based on the information they gathered.
Take turns to build an imaginary fortress on board and balance attack and defend.
Take turns in a card game where you cannot see your own card, but only your opponent’s. The one with the higher card wins, but the lower card can always bluff the opponent out.
Two players share the cake. What would be the smartest way to cut the cake so both people will be happy? How can we use this tactic in a two-way conflict?
By talking with real game designers, students will get to create their own games.
Students will get to play the boardgames that they have designed with their classmates.
Brain Space & Game II (9~12 yrs) | THU 10:30 - 11:30am | Deep Water Bay