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    So over the half term holiday we've been told to design a particle physics themed game. He gave a couple of examples such as monopoly with different particle names as the properties and CC/chance cards had questions on.

    Can anyone come up with a suggestion for mine? I want to to be origional but not too difficult to make?

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    boggle... with strange letters like Q and J (like the strange quark :sexface:)
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    Top trumps?
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    u could do tetris but it would be particles and they all repelled except for the ones which attracted
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    If you can make playing cards then what about Particle Poker? Or some variation on that theme.
    For example, if you collect protons, electrons and neutrons, you can build small atoms.
    You could swap electron cards with someone who is short of one and "bond". (Could be interesting!)
    You could have photon cards (with different energies) which you have to give up if you want an electron.
    You could collect quarks etc to build up protons and neutrons. The object of the game would be to get sufficient particles (2 deuterium, for example) and sufficient energy (either from picking up an energy card or destroying, giving up, a particle card with an E=mc^2 card) to create a fusion reaction and a Helium atom. The first person to fusion wins the game...
 
 
 
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