I played twi games in class last week on Wednesday. The games we played included Thirteen and Are You A Werewolf? I played Are You a Werewolf? with fourteen other people. I played Thirteen with Benjamin N., Ryan H., and Khai.
Game 1: Are You A Werewolf?
This game was very interesting and fun because the game is a social game and involves a lot of trust and guessing. Out of all the players there were two werewolves, the seeer, and the citizens. During the daytime all the players decided who they should kill based on everyone’s behavior. During the night time the werewolves would agree to who they wanted to kill. I was a werewolf and I was the first werewolf to be killed. I was silly enough to speak while we were playing so that gave me away. Near the end the civilians got the other werewolf unfortunately for us.
Game 2: Thirteen
This game is a very fun game and very common game in this current day. I used to play this game all the time with my high school friends to pass time at school. A couple times we were accused of gambling, but this was not the case. This game requires four players and each player gets thirteen cards. The idea of the game is to get rid of all your cards. Since I had a lot of experience playing this game I had the advantage over the other three. I won this game and this is the game I will be writing my session report on.
I have never written a session report before so I apologize ahead of time if this session report is not exactly how you want it. I am doing a session report on the card game Thirteen.
This is a pictorial report of what happened during our game of Thirteen. I played Thirteen with Benjamin N., Ryan H., and Khai. Ben and I knew the rules of the game really well since we were really familiar with the game so Ben and I explained the rules of the game. Occasionally there were some hiccups since Ryan and Khai had never played the game before, but for the most part the game went smoothly.
Beginning of Game
At the beginning of the game whoever has the lowest three plays first. They can either put one card down or as many as they like. They could put down a single, double, triple, or quadruple of the same card. They can also put down a series of cards from 3 to whatever card they decide, but they all must be consecutive cards and three or more. This rule applies throughout the game. In this case the player only had one card to play.
Middle of the Game
At this point one of the players and I had finished playing all our cards. I believe it was Ben who finished, but I cannot remember anymore.
End of Game
It was a close game. The player who lost had the nine of spades.
We all agreed this was a very fun game and was an easy game to understand. It’s a good game to play when you have no technology and a good way to pass time. There is a lot of thinking involved and even if you have an overpowered hand if you don’t use it wisely you can still lose.