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2011/5/11

PaperScissorStone

Papel, tijera o piedra

A zero-sum game without information.

Paper wraps, defeats stone... scissor cuts, defeats paper... stone breaks, defeats scissor.

Click or tap on the image of your paper, scissor or stone within the count of three.

Good Luck & Have Fun

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Tags: game fun zero-sum cachipun

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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Wed May 11 20:53:03 UTC 2011 Papel, tijera o piedra A zero-sum game without information. Paper wraps, defeats stone, scissor cuts, defeats paper and stone breaks, defeats scissor. Click or tap on the image of your paper, scissor or stone within the count of three. Good Luck & Have Fun
HermanHerman

2011/5/11

@dothebone If one gains, another loses. Next update I'll add a matrix for ya :D
lunAzullunAzul

2011/5/12

Yep :))
HermanHerman

2011/5/15

@dothebone Guess I'll have to inform through the game itself... editing the scenariopage doesn't result in a proper presentation since preceding spaces seem to be ignored. Poco patiencia por favor :-)
dothebonedothebone

2011/5/16

@Herman tnx man don't bother... there's plenty of it on the net :D
mjrb4mjrb4

2011/7/4

Simple yet addictive...
dothebonedothebone

2011/7/9

Cool. I play this with my friends wenn one of us has to go for beer. Addictive indeed :-)
ananazananaz

2012/2/13

Currently working on the Big Bang version, cheers!
sp33dysp33dy

2012/2/13

oh yes!! Being a big bang theory fan.. Their rules would rock!! Literally rock..
wessonwesson

2012/2/13

"According to the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), there was a 10% increase in the number of students accepted to read physics by the university admissons services between 2008-09, when The Big Bang Theory was first broadcast in the UK, and 2010-11. Numbers currently stand at 3,672. Applications for physics courses at university are also up more than 17% on last year. Philip Walker, an HEFCE spokesman, said the recent spate of popular televisions services had been influential but was hard to quantify."

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