Bio-board game

Me and Jay will finish the whole game (everything) on Monday! ­čśÇ You will have to wait until then to play it. ┬á all we have to do is test it from where it’s at now, and unless we think something in the game needs adjusting, there is nothing else that we have to do. ┬áSome of the problems might include: too many disaster cards, too many resources (materials), and too little temperature/precipitation cards.

really, the most apparent problems are about the cards.  This is because we made a lot recently, and they were mostly disaster cards. but there also could be some things that we think that we could add like bio magnification.

Science 10 Biology board game

Me and Jay finished our biology board game! Jay mostly was the one working on it today though, because I was working on my math most of this morning.

turn order:

1: roll the dice, and if the dice lands on a one, pick up a disaster card (playable anytime on your turn), but if it doesn’t land on a one, pick up two cards from stack one, or an animal card.

2: playing cards- you may play up to three cards on your turn, including disaster cards. in order to play down your animal cards, you must have the proper temperature range, precipitation range, and tree amounts. the biome of the animal is on the top of the card, however, if the animal is a predator, it can only live in biomes that its prey is in.