Comments on Look Into The Mind, Baby! (Luke)

Comments on Originality

  1. charades with fizzle fuzzy sticks
  2. It was a kind of mix between charades and sculptorades.
  3. It reminded me of a pictionary game but with sculpting.
  4. Like charades
  5. Seemed to be a little based on that clay molding Katamari game… jus sayin!

Comments on functional elements

  1. fuzzy fizzle sticks x 50 = 99cents?
  2. They were just pipe cleaners.
  3. pipe cleaners are always fun to play with.
  4. The pipe cleaners were a great idea. Easy to make things with and fun to play with.
  5. Pipe cleaners worked, but never really needed more than two. Maybe tweak the rules a little bit to take this into account.

Comments on Complexity

  1. charades…
  2. Not much you can do but guess away.
  3. Not much
  4. Really just a matter of being perceptive, but I suppose you do have to strategize how best to quickly build things.

Comments on Intuitiveness/complexity ratio

  1. It was a pretty straight forward game.
  2. Very easy to understand and play

Comments on the Rules

  1. The rules worked perfectly fine.
  2. Rules were clear
  3. Again, maybe tweak them to make more variables that affect how well you can build things. Maybe different size pipe cleaners as well? something to do with the colors?

Comments on the Visual Design

  1. not applicable
  2. They were just pipe cleaners.
  3. Good stuff
  4. Pipe cleaners were colorful!

Comments on the adaptation of the proverb

  1. too simple for me - could have taken more liberty with the collaboration model other than just one player guesses what the other is making
  2. It encompassed the gist of the proverb.
  3. Captures the proverb

General Comments

  1. Something was missing here Luke - your other games were really good - this time was a bit of a disappointment.
  2. Luke, you’ve done good stuff before. I would like to see you make something awesome again.
  3. It was not that interesting to me and did not make me want to play it again.
  4. I think that there might be a problem with sculpting because the person who is sculpting could say yes to whatever the person is guessing guesses.
  5. The players should write the things down beforehand to avoid cheating
  6. pipecleaners are fun.
  7. Though not terribly original or appropriate to the proverb, I did have a fun time playing this!
  8. really similar to pictionary, doesn’t matter though because it was really fun i could see it being really ineresting if you had the right partner or if we played longer