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Create Quartets Game

an interactive card game for 3-4 players, with fun contextual grouping to learn more about a subject

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The quartets game maker

Start building your own quartets game by creating sets of cards that have a theme in common. This can be anything ranging from 'Fruit' to 'Robots' to whatever your imagination allows.

The cards are automatically filled with the other card names that you add within the same set. No hassle, just automation! :)

Add an image per card option and a fitting color for the set to give your quartets game some extra shine.

The quartets game maker

How does the quartets game work?

The game revolves around collecting as much card sets ('quartets') as possible. You do this by asking other people in your game for a card that you need to complete your set. But you do not know if they actually have that card! :) If you guess wrong, the turn goes to the next player, but if you guess right you can continue and try to collect more cards.

Through interactive popups and messages, players are kept up-to-date of the state of the quartets game. But, combining it with something like Microsoft Teams / Zoom / etc, is of course extra fun since you can speculate in audio as well.

How does the quartets game work?

Asking a player for a card

Every action is synchronized to the rest of the players so that everyone can see what is going on. The player in question that gets asked if he has a certain card, sees a popup and has to respond truthfully :)

Lying that you do not have card does not work since the game system gives you feedback on that :)

Asking a player for a card

Adding an extra educational touch

If you want to spice up the quartets game and give it an extra educational touch, you can switch the Premium option 'Type of quartets' to 'Learn'.

This will allow you to add 'Learning questions' to every individual card and so when asked for the card, you do not see the card itself, but a description. This way you can test if players understand if they have a certain card that corresponds with the description.

Adding an extra educational touch

Check out the sample puzzle

Discover how this puzzle type looks in practice by viewing and playing the sample puzzle (opens in a new tab)

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