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README.md

Welcome

Welcome to my game for #GGJ18 !

In this page, you will learn how to setup and play this game.


Setup

  1. Download Node.js if you haven't yet.
  2. Download the package from here.
  3. Unzip and run npm i to install dependencies.
  4. If you want to change the default port, Navigate to the end of server.js to see port=20080; Change 20080 to any port you want.
  5. run node server.js or npm start to start the server.
  6. Navigate to http://localhost:20080 to see your thing working!

Play

To play, you need:

  • Three players (including yourself.)
  • Both with a computer or smart phone that can somehow access the server.
  • Nothing else.

Don't use the following:

These are something that you should not use for a good gameplay:

Common items

  • Clipboard
  • Pen or paper
  • Screenshot
  • Communications beside in this game (including body language)

Developer's items

If you don't know some of these, just don't mind them.

  • DevTools
  • Console(cmd) or node
  • Wireshark, Fiddler or anything like that

Get Ready

Everyone should have his/her own password. Enter that in the field.

There will be 3 characters: Alice, Bob and Eve.

The game plays as follows:

Time Alice Eve Bob
0 Alice has a secret string and Eve has one too.
1 She want to send a message to Bob And Bob wants to know Alice's string.
2 So she throws something -> to Eve.
3 Eve gets it,modifies it a bit..
4 ..send it to Bob-> Gotcha!
5 Bob get the two messages from Alice and Eve.
6 He tries to figure out which is from Alice.
... Alice repeatedly sends messages to Bob. And Eve repeatedly intercepts messages. Bob can also send Alice messages.
n Bob thinks he got the correct string, and send it to the computer.

Who is winning?

  • Alice and Bob are winning if and only if Bob gets Alice's message.
  • Eve is winning if and only if Bob gets Eve's message.
  • The computer(me!) is winning if and only if Bob gets neither Alice's nor Eve's message.

What will the "secret string" be?

It will be a string of syllables, randomly generated by the computer.

A syllable is a vowel after a consonant, or a consonant after a vowel. For example, phe and ouf are syllables, but aeo or fc are not.

Transmission!

During each transmission, every letter has a chance of 20% to lost and a chance of 30% to be a random letter. So pay attention, what you get may not be what he/she sent!


Start having fun!

//@author Alan-Liang
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