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    LECTURE : THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GAME SERIOUS 2-1 :The Beginning Of The Game

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    Game

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    Egyptian: Senet

    the passing game

    May be the oldest board game

    Evidence from sites dating from Pre-dynastic & Ancient Egypt: 3500 BCE

    Royal & workers tombs

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    Queen Nefertari playing Senet. Tomb painting (12951255 BC)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Maler_der_Grabkammer_der_Nefertari_003.jpg

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    Where does this painting come from?

    Why do you think so?

    Is this a reliable source of information?

    Why or why not?

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    How to play Senet

    Board: 30 squares set in three rows of 10

    Two players

    Both players' pieces enter the board at one end of a row, proceed to the end, turn and go back down the middle at the end of which they turn again, drop to the final row and go back.

    Object: apparently a race with moves determined by tosses of throwsticks.

    Special spots on the board represent death and being turned away from the afterlife -- and rebirth to try again.

    A Senet game from the tomb of Amenhotep III, now at the Brooklyn Museum, New York City.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:P9210016.JPG

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.EgyptianSenetFree

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    Mehen The Game of the Snake

    Coiled, spiral playing board

    Six sets of differently colored playing pieces (marbles) with six marbles to a set.

    Six special playing pieces in forms of dangerous, predatory animals most often lions (but sometimes dogs, hyenas, hippos, crocodiles).

    The only multi-player ancient Egyptian board game known.

    How many people probably played together?

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    http://www.yac-uk.org/userfiles/file/1429015449_Egyptian_Game_Mehen.pdf

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    Game abandoned around 2000 BCE

    Mehen, the serpent god, wrapped himself around the Sun God every evening to

    protect him on his trip across night, so that he would arrive safely to bring morning

    Notched playing boards symbolically weakened the strength of the serpent god

    And threatened the coming of the sun in the morning= threatening the balance of life!

    Role of magic / religion in daily life

    Why?

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    The Game of Twenty Squares

    Reverse side of the Senet board! Used the same playing pieces plus a die!

    Special squares marked with rosettes or

    symbols, like ankh nefer (good life).

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    Hounds and Jackals

    Board game with five pieces per player, either hounds or jackals, for 2 players.

    How do we know it was for 2 players?

    Sometimes, either geometric shapes, or archers and bound prisoners.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/44124324682@N01/699033896/

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    Hounds and Jackals

    https://apkpure.com/hounds-and-jackals/air.menesapps.hj/download?from=details

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    Cribbage

    Card game for 2-4 (or more) players. Racing game, using cards to amass points.

    Created in 17th century England, as a derivation of the game noddy".

    One of the most popular games in the English-speaking world.

    Be the first to score a target number of points, typically 61 or 121, scored for card combinations that add up to fifteen: pairs (plus triples and quadruples), runs, flushes.

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trivialtechnology.Cribbage

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    Earliest evidence: c. 4,000 BCE

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    The Royal Game of Ur

    The board: twenty squares made of shell, red limestone,

    and lapis lazuli

    Five squares each have flower rosettes, 'eyes', and circled dots.

    The remaining five squares have various designs of five dots.

    Hollow board with the pieces stored inside.

    Dice, either stick dice or tetrahedral in shape.

    This board, excavated at Ur, is now in the British Museum, London.

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    How to play

    According to references in ancient documents

    Two players competed to race their pieces from one end of

    the board to another.

    Pieces were allowed onto the board at the beginning only

    with specific throws of the dice.

    We also know that rosette spaces were lucky.

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.runserver.ur

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    India Chauka Bara

    2-5 players race around the board to the inner square.

    Each player has four coins, he can decide which coin to move, so it is a game of strategy.

    Throw 4 cowry shells to determine how many spaces one moves, so it is also a game of chance.

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    In ANY Language, the same game:

    Five Houses

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mygame.example.testgame

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    Goats and Tigers

    National Game of Nepal:

    Bagh Chal Tiger Moving Game

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fyp.tigervsgoat

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nextwave.goatsandtigers2

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    Pachesi

    National Board Game of India

    From word meaning 25

    A cross and circle game

    Dates from at least 300 CE

    http://www.mastersgames.com/images/board/pachisi-inlaid.jpg

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    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azodus.ludopachisi

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    What are they & Where have you seen them?

    Brass sheet metal Aligulimane Tamilnadu.

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    So, India has long had connections with which societies?

    http://www.chocolatey.com/pascal/index.php?id=46&p=18&PHPSESSID=301fda4d673392761ff559a6d7f853f8http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Igoware.JPG

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    African Board Game

    Awali / Oware / Wari

    Maasai people say it was invented by the son of the

    first man, Maitoumbe.

    http://webfacil.tinet.org/usuaris/jtc/AWALE_GHANA_SMALL_20080102101235.jpghttp://webfacil.tinet.org/usuaris/jtc/CONGKLAK_INDONESIA_03_SMALL_20080501094902.jpghttp://webfacil.tinet.org/usuaris/jtc/005_BAO_2x8_KENYA_SMALL_20080102115326.jpg

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    What are we going to learn this year?

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    A Theory of Fun for Game Design Raph Koster (Author)