Game Master

Some articles on game, game master, games:

The Go Game - Structure
... A Go Game is mapped onto an existing game zone, overlaying the familiar and everyday with a mystery that can only be unlocked with the keys provided by the phone and the clues as created by the game ... A game master can build a game suited to any theme (music, espionage) but the traditional version of the game is run 6-8 times a week, year round ... Game zones must be easily navigated by foot, for this is how the game is played most comprise several city blocks, generally in an area of a city with some ...
Sorcerer (role-playing Game) - System - Bang
... will often be thematically relevant, based on the Humanity definition and earlier events in the game ... For a bang to be effective, the game master shouldn't force a specific choice, and the player doing nothing should also have consequences ... The game master should prepare a number of bangs for each session in what Edwards calls a bandolier of bangs, but be prepared to alter them on-the-fly or discard them if necessary ...
List Of Hunter × Hunter OVA Episodes - Hunter × Hunter OVA - Series 3: G.I. Final
... 2004-02-18 Killua exits the game to re-take the hunter exam ... cards (out of the 100 required to win the game) ... his team have 96 cards while a united front rises to prevent them from winning the game by monopolizing one of the cards they still need 83 "Meeting Again × Hisoka × Sporting Event" "Saikai × Hisoka × Supōtsu Shōb ...
Hartung Game Master
... The Game Master is a handheld game console developed by the German company Hartung to compete with the Nintendo Game Boy ... by already well established maker of cheap LCD games Systema ... The Game Master has a 64 x 64 monochrome LCD screen capable of displaying graphics on par with the Atari 2600 ...

Famous quotes containing the words master and/or game:

    It is, all in all, a historic error to believe that the master makes the school; the students make it!
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)

    Lyke as a huntsman after weary chace,
    Seeing the game from him escapt away,
    Sits downe to rest him in some shady place,
    Edmund Spenser (1552?–1599)