Focus: Learning the Right of Way
I. Structure of the game – the display
Here you can see the different possibilities which you can choose from.
It´s realy simple: You click the button and the different examples (maybe road users) will be shown. After that you simply swipe your selection on the playing area.
II. Structure of the game – how does it work?
Target: learning the right of way
Builder = Create the traffic scenario and defines the position and travelling direction of all road users (including the »Driver«.).
Driver = Solve the traffic scenario from the viewpoint of the driver
STEP 1: Select game type
At the first level, you select the cient of game with the buttons. Here you can choose between:
a) Solo game
b) Team game
c) Last game
STEP 2: Select a road map
Select a road map from the mixed stack and put them on the playing area. The stack incluedes cards with crossroads, major roads, traffic circle (mini-roundabout).
STEP 3: Select road users
a) select some road users (2–3) and put them into the road map.
STEP 4: Define directions
a) indicate the direction of each road user.
b) The definition of direction is a selection with arrows (left, right, straight on)
STEP 5: Answer the road scenario
>> Answer the road scenario from the viewpoint of the driver
>> Enter the correct order of driving in the answer field and confirmed this with OK.
>> The player in the role of the »Builder« send via bluetooth or facebook, the scenario to the teamplayer in the »Driver«-role.
>> The »Driver« Enters the correct order of driving in the answer field and confirmed this with OK.
>> If the answer is correct, the »driver« receives points (…)
>> saved traffic scenarios can be retrieved here.
STEP 6: replace the points balance and “ceremony”
STEP 7: QR Code & Tutorial (Learning Support)
>> the QR code allows the users to get additional learning content online – directly, for example, from some driving school.
>> the Turorial – is the Learning-Content about the Focus »Learning the Right of Way«, explains everything you need to know about the right of way.