Elon Musk made school Ad Astra " for their own ", and recently the team of this schools launched an online school for \$ 7500 (online classes once a week). There I found several games that I found very interesting.

And let's all play Habr? Write your answers in polls and comments.

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Game 1: A4A

You are offered 101 works of contemporary and avant-garde art. If you had to collect a collection, what 15 works of art would you choose?

Please answer the following questions:

1. Present a list of works of art that you would include in your collection. Your collection must have at least one work belonging to one of the following categories: EXPERIENCE, one SCULPTURE, FLAG, one DIGITAL ART object and one BIG FORMAT object.

2. Explain why these 15 works of art were chosen.

3. Design a gallery or show how you will exhibit this art for visitors. You can use digital tools (Minecraft, SketchUp, TinkerCad, Fusion 360, etc.) or create a model and take a picture of it.

See all 101 works of art here .

Game 4: RUBICON

RUBICON is a two-player game developed by Astra Nova. Play this several dozen times to understand how it works, and answer the following two questions:

1.What strategies are most effective in RUBICON? How did your moves change with the number of games played?

2. What changes could be made to RUBICON to make the game even better?

Players alternately fill in empty circles

When a player moves two or three times in a row, they must move to the golden square, or the square associated with the existing one.

In the first round, each player makes one move.

Golden cells can be used by any team.

Players can choose different sequences.

To score points, circles must connect continuous paths through the Rubicon (matching the colors of the beginning and end).

If new paths cannot be built on the field, then the player with the most points wins.

Several paths can start from a cell of the same color, but points for this cell will be counted only once. A simple question to check is: “Does the Rubicon cross this path and does it connect to the other side?” If yes, count points for this cell.

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