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November 01, 2014, 01:13:27 AM
Last edit: January 16, 2015, 09:48:01 AM by Armis
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We are organizing a crowdfunding campaign in conjunction with Gamercoin to provide Armis board game at public libraries around the world
http://game4commit.gamers-coin.org/projects/37


"Free Armis Board Games To Public Library
This project is for the funding of 1 free Armis board game to every public library with a game room.

This is a crowd funding project is created to fund an initiative that would fund the purchase and delivery of one Armis board game to every public library that has a game room and wants the game.

The cost of each game is $35 the average shipping cost is $15. As such the total cost per game is expected to be $50 to any library in the world.

To learn more about Armis visit www.ArmisGame.com




All coins are accepted for the project, if any donations are made this opening post will be updated with the particulars.

Once there are enough funds to donate a game, each donor will have the opportunity to vote their equivalent USD interest for the library of their choice.  For example if you donated $3 worth of BTC you will have 3 votes.   If you library isn't the winner, you could used your unused votes for the next library selection.

Although a tie is highly unlikely, the library in the larger of the involved cities will get the game.




Total Donated Oct 31st: 10,000 GMC   http://game4commit.gamers-coin.org/projects/37/donors   currently equal to $0.03
Total Donated Novr 4:   50,000 GMC   http://game4commit.gamers-coin.org/projects/37/donors   currently equal to $0.15

[edit]            Jan 16 2015 the balance of 59.400 GMC is now worth $98 instead of 18 cents.  That's some good appreciation even after BTC's nose dive.


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Critical Thinking With Armis

Strategy games rely on a player’s mental capacity to outwit his opponent, this differs from most other games that primarily rely on luck (roll of the dice, and/or pick of a card) to win. Brain games are often distinguished from strategy games in that they focus on static information you may know, and how fast you process it. Strategy board games are affectionately called brain games because they are often accompanied by lots and lots of meaningful thinking.

Checkers, and warri (also called mancala) are perhaps the most basic of strategy board games, these games are played more for fun than competition so they don’t often get to enjoy the ‘strategy game’ cache. In both games all of the individual player pieces essentially have the same power, duty, and movement ability.

The board game called “Go” is very similar to checkers and warri in the power, duty, and movement ability categories, however it is often played competitively as such it is often called a strategy board game.

Chess is the most well known of all strategy board games. In our opinion it rises above the previously mentioned games in that various player pieces have different powers, duties, and movement abilities, these differences add a layer of complexity to the game.

Armis is the newest member of the strategy board game family, it is distinguished from the others in many ways, so much so that we believe Armis is the first HIGH strategy board game. Here are some major distinguishing characteristics:

1) an asymmetric game board,

2) 5 different environments (land, air, coastal waters, deep surface waters, and deep submerged waters)

3) some pieces have conditional powers,

4) identical not mirrored (your right hand in the mirror is your reflection’s left hand) setup

and

5) there are over a million ways to properly setup

Armis was created in the USA for brain game enthusiasts worldwide, it is currently played online in over 140 countries. Some say playing Armis is like playing Chess, Checkers, Risk, and Stratego all at the same time.

Critical Thinking For Children

Armis is enjoyed by thinkers of all ages; the Armis for Schools Worldwide program uses Armis to help students to develop critical thinking skills at many schools around the world.


More info here: http://game4commit.gamers-coin.org/projects/37
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November 02, 2014, 12:11:44 AM
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UPDATE - this works both ways
$0.03 raised, you'll have your digital chess game in every library in the nation before you know it!


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November 02, 2014, 12:50:07 AM
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UPDATE - this works both ways
$0.03 raised, you'll have your digital chess game in every library in the nation before you know it!


"digital chess game" hahahaaaa Techare, you so funny ...  Grin


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November 04, 2014, 07:57:06 AM
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Looks Cool ^Smile^
What happens, if the crowd funding fail?
Do you return the money?

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November 04, 2014, 09:33:35 AM
Last edit: November 04, 2014, 10:00:58 AM by Armis
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Looks Cool ^Smile^
What happens, if the crowd funding fail?
Do you return the money?

Essentially yes. Unlike most crowd funding sites this site has no termination date so the campaign continues for as long as desired.
Also unlike most other crowd funding sites this one also allows for refunds.  However, the campaign will not fail.

Regardless of the number of donations, as long as there is any donation a game will go to a library, we will simply subsidize
the remaining cost of that game.  As such the campaign cannot fail, but we do want more success than 1 game.

Currently 2 more people have pledged to donate to the campaign and I know the story will be published in The Einsteinium News
the campaign is moving forward.

thanks for the question


[edit, one of the people who pledged to donate has issued the donation 50,000 GMC today]
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January 06, 2015, 02:03:52 PM
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Ahhhhh, GMC rose to 500 sat after when it was added to Poloniex, of course it experienced some correction but overall there's some nice growth in the coin.

Anyway the question is which library should receive the first game?
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January 16, 2015, 09:42:49 AM
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GMC now at 825 sat wonderful performance from this coin.  Interesting how alts are going up and btc seems to be going down.  The dilemma is 'how do you trade' and retain the alt coin appreciation'?
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