GGJ Archives 2009-2012

Internet - Extinction in Egypt

Game Information
Short Introduction: 
A hex-tile turn based board game for two players. Player One plays the Egyptian Government, Player Two plays the protesters. Fight for control of the ISP's in each city by placing tiles to create paths to move your piece into capture position. Player with the most cities controlled when all tiles are played is the winner.
non-digital (board game, card game, physical game, etc.)
Brief Play Description: 

Roll a die this becomes the points you have this round
2. Place one tile (costs one point)
3. Use any remaining points to either place another tile, move, or draw an event card
1. Use one point if placing a tile
1. You may place tiles anywhere on the board, but you can only place one directly on
your opponent’s path
2. Use one point if moving your token
1. Your token must stay on a solid path
3. Use two points to draw an event card
1. Follow directions on event card
4. If you move your token onto a city, add a city tile for free if one is not already there.
If there is a city tile already there, flip it to be your color. You have just taken control of the
Internet in that city. If you are the Government, the Internet is now off in that city. If you
are the Activists, the Internet is protected and on.
5. Play passes to next player.
6. End Game
1. The first player to run out of tiles declares the game to be over
2. Whomever has the most cities under their control wins
3. In case of a tie, the player that used all their tiles first wins.

Achievements and Credits
GGJ-2011 Achievements: 
Based on a True Story: The game must be biographical or documentary.
GGJ-2011 Achievements: 
Game for a Cause: The game is about a social or political issue that can be solved solely through increased awareness.
Team Image: 
Installation Notes: 

If you want to play with a smaller board/pieces, print at 50 or 25%

Your rating: None

Submitted at Champlain College (United States)


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