Ritual Time

Meet up with your friends to build and master difficult rituals. Ritual Time is a card game with digital cards - each player has their own stack on a mobile device of his choice. The game itself is played out in the real world. How does it work? You need at least 3 people. At the start, the player with the most real world rituals becomes the ritual master. Each round, players draw 2 cards and drop 1. Cards contain a thing to do (making a noise, stand on one leg, touch your nose,..). After cards are drawn and dropped, the ritual master starts the ritual time, in which the other players do all things on your cards on the same time! Ritual time is over, when the music stops. Next player to the left gets to be the ritual master. If everyone made it (according to the ritual master), the game goes on. If not, that player leaves the round. Players continue the game until ether one is left standing or the card-stack is empty. In this case, the players count the numbers on the cards together. Higher number wins!
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Non-digital game (board game, card game, physical game, sport, etc.), Web standard (HTML5, Java, JavaScript, Flash)
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Technology Notes: 
Currently unfinished cards :/

Idea: Dalia Othman, Matthias Löwe

Programming: Matthias Löwe

We started in Ramallah, Palestine, and finished it Berlin, Germany!


Game-Ressource Credits:

Card Sounds: filmfan87 & themfish of freesound.org

Ritual Time sounds used: zixem & littlealienxxx

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