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Seeking opinions on my Educational "Discover Foods" Game

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DiscoverFoods
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Discover Foods Rules

Every comment is welcome. Thanking you all in advance. Regards Oliver

Dralius
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based on the photos

Without a complete set of rules to review it’s hard to give a thoughtful analysis.

What I can say is that the teeter totters are compelling and give the game a fun look. The board layout is clear and the overall the graphic design is spot on for a children’s game.

intristin
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Looks like it could be a fun

Looks like it could be a fun game for kids. Not not sure what fatty pounds means, I'm guessing this is some form of game currency? I agree with Dralius, seems like you didn't post all the rules and it's hard to give a full review without that. The game board itself looks very well made.

Katherine
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Oliver, If there are more

Oliver,

If there are more rules to your game I cannot see them on opening. If there is just the five then this is one area you may want to revisit.

BGDF has some good discussion on rule layout - check the archives.

I like the board, it looks great, clear and bright colours. I like the scales idea as well. I do not understand enough of the game (with the rules I can see) to want to play it.

Have you contacted some of the health organisations? ie dieticians

DiscoverFoods
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Thanks Shazzaz I have to work

Thanks Shazzaz
I have to work on the rules and will do so. I am kicking this game around now since 2 years as my profession is to be a Chef. Anyway thanks for the comments. Oliver

JB
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Choices

Well the production values look really fantanstic, it's a great looking game.

As you develope the rules:
Be sure to include as many interesting choices as possilble. Even kids will quickly get bored of the 'roll-move-see what horrible fate befalls me' formula.

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