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School paper games Answered

Hey! Can somebody please tell me how to make a good game that i can make at school so using paper and staionary for when I'm really bored in school.. I already know about the paper mini-golf and the paper tech deck and was wondering if you guys knew anymore??

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saturnv7890
saturnv7890

10 years ago

Well this video changed my life, maybe it'll help you too!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlEnBqcSHRA

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

Oops, sorry, I posted and didn't see this the first time I read down *sigh*

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Goodhart
Goodhart

13 years ago

I suppose football is out ( a piece of paper folded down to a 2 inch strip, then folded into a triangle repeatedly until you reach the end and tuck that in), as field goal kicking can get "out of hand" sometimes....

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rde
rde

13 years ago

you take a peice of paper and do a sort of shirards or what ever its called with it. the 'topic of guess' was mainly penises and wierd ceremonies.

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chase!!
chase!!

14 years ago

Do you have another person to play with? If so, you could play a game that I can't remember the name of right now. Anyway, you set up a grid of dots (say, 8x8 or 10x10) and then each person draws a line connecting two dots, if you complete a square you write your initials in it and go again, the goal being to get the most squares with your initials in them. Hope my description made sense.

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Weissensteinburg
Weissensteinburg

Reply 14 years ago

I think it's called "the dot game" that's what ive always heard

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knexpert69
knexpert69

Reply 13 years ago

its called paddock and one person is supposed to start by writing 1 line then the other person wrights another line and just a_top dont make it so it looks like this |_ because the pther player would complete it and when you complete a square you write the letter of your 1st or last name in the square and each player has a different colour and plays up to 4 people .and also you can have a paper tech deck championship . follow these instructon to make the deck, fold a piece of paper line or normal in half horizontaly then in half again verticaly then horizontally then horizontally and sticky tape it then foow the top and bottem tips up 1cm then there you go

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kerenel
kerenel

Reply 14 years ago

This game is really fun! :)

Back in like sixth grade, me and some kids used to draw a bull's eye on a piece of paper, then label each zone with increasing points. We would put the paper on the floor and take turns dropping our pencils from eye level, attempting to get the most points. We kept score on another piece of paper and whoever was ahead at the end of class got a cookie... not really. (the best part about this game is that it can be played without the teacher knowing it's going on) but there is one disadvantage; the game really works best in classrooms with carpet floors.

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TheCheese9921
TheCheese9921

14 years ago

one time my teacher had nothing to do so he let us do w/e and we made paper waepons, lighters, knives ect... i made a life size rocket launcher out of paper and staples compleat with 3 missiles he made us throw them away before we left though :( his garbage can was burried under them

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mellamokiwi
mellamokiwi

14 years ago

well this is not paper persay but when i am bored me and my friends play quarter hockey. all you need is 3 quarters (or any 3 coin/small objects) and a flat table suface. one person is the player and the other person is the goal. the goal is the pinky and index finger at one edge of the table. The player flicks one of the 3 quarters so it slides on the table then flicks the next quarter but it hase to go thru the other two quarters w/o touching them. the object of the game is to move ocross the table in a threeman weave style to shoot into the goal. then switch places. it is very fun and easier than it might seem