Quartets games also deserve to be able to be played on multiple channels. From now on, quartets games are also available for sharing and playing online, in the classroom.
The teacher / quartets-maker only has to share the quartets-link with the students and the game can begin!
As a player, you only have to go to the shared link and fill in your name. If there isn't an active online game yet, then the system will automatically create one.
Next, you can adjust the number of players needed to start the game, to 3 or 4 players. If the game is full, the game will automatically start and others will not be able to join anymore.
At the start of the game, the cards are shuffled and a random player is chosen to start picking cards. The current players is always shown at the top of playing field. Next, the current players chooses a person and asks a valid card
Pay attention, only the cards from the same set as a set of a card that you already have, are allowed. The Puzzel.org system will make sure this is validated, so no worries :).
The goal is to build up as many quartets as possible and then the winner is selected when all quartets are complete!
The owner of the quartets game has the freedom to change the settings to a normal quartets game or a quartets game with a learning question. The normal quartets game plays out the way you would expect. The version with the learning question is a nice online variation with an educational twist, which I have written about here:
Quartets with learning question