This game was designed to address students demotivation issue on learning Physics – students have difficulty to understand concepts and theories in the subject.
This game enables understanding of concepts and theories in Light and Optics.
- This game can be played up to 5 people in a group.
- The players will choose their character before the game.
- This game will be controlled by a teacher with given time limits.
- All categories of questions will be answered within given specified duration
- Each character can only appear once in one round of the game.
- The game can be played as many rounds as possible if time permits.
- Each character or role will have its own “power up”.
- The “power ups” are only functional when a question is answered correctly by
characters Einstein, Galileo, and Faraday.
- “Power ups” which allow players to refer to notes (Edison) and get a hint from
teacher (Newton) can be used anytime during the game or rounds to help each team to answer a question correctly.
How to Play
- Teacher confirms the character to be sent by each group.
- Every team will answer the same question.
- Movement of each team depends on their ability to answer each question and the power ups of the character sent for that question.
- Questions which are answered correctly and do not have movement ‘power ups’ will allow players to advance one step forward.
- Each box will have a different colour which is related to a certain category.
- The leading group will determine which category to be questioned next based on the colour of the box they have landed on, on the board.
- The team(s) that reach(es) the end of the board soonest win(s).