Talk:Privacy Is Dead

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Where do the forms go - are they handed in, or do players carry them around during the game? It's usually interesting to have a provable level of data available, in these sorts of games. ("I'll tell you the last foreign city I visited, for a token, but I'll actually show you that section of my form, if you make it two.") --Kevan (talk) 17 July 2008

I'm also interested in what people get points for - whether you get points for information, or only for the specific bits of paper showing that information. --Holly Gramazio (talk) 27 October 2008

Ignore my question, I misread the initial ruleset (I thought you were cutting and shuffling the forms as a way to randomise the questions before people filled them in).

So it's presumably important that the players put their names on each strip of the form they fill in? --Kevan (talk) 27 October 2008

Holly: Only the correct information is important. Kevan: Yes, I suppose it is. --Guilherme Töws (talk) 30 October 2008

This ran successfully at Sandpit #7 - the only significant change was that we used a small deck of pre-printed question cards, rather than cutting a form up. We also gave people pseudonyms and had "real name" as one of the card questions.

The game ran for fifteen minutes; player feedback suggested that they could have used another five minutes or so.

I'll add a suggested time limit and bump this up to "playable". --Kevan (talk) 6 November 2008