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my idea for tailoring or weaving

there will be stove,curve and intricate line
the object will be to draw using mouse second line on first
score will be higher if higher was accuracy of drawing line and speed

(its hard to explain this but i remember that in game harry potter
{i dont remember what chapter} was something like that when you was learnig spells)


my idea for furnishing

i think it will be good if that will be similar (but not the same)
to carpentry. In real life good carpenter will be also good furnisher and furnisher knows basics and more of carpoentry.

furnishing can be even mix of carpentry and shipwrightery
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My idea for Tailoring or Weaving:

There will be a stove,a curve and an intricate line.
The objective will be to draw lines using the mouse second line on first(whatta?).
The score will be higher if the accuracy and speed of drawing lines.

(It's hard to explain this but I remember that in the game Harry Potter {i dont remember what chapter} there was something like that when you were learnig spells.)


My idea for Furnishing:

I think it will be good if that will be similar (but not the same)
to carpentry. In real life good carpenters are also good furnishers and furnishers knows the basics and more of carpoentry.

Furnishing can be an even mix of carpentry and shipwrightery(Shipwrightery? NO WAY!Carp was suggested somewhere before. Faulk?).

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He means you have to follow a line with your mouse, like learning a spell in the harry potter videogames. Forgot the real name of the game.

Though it's not a puzzle.
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He means you have to follow a line with your mouse, like learning a spell in the harry potter videogames. Forgot the real name of the game.

Though it's not a puzzle.



gunnery isnt puzzle too
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for crafting puzzles we need games that are a lot more like puzzles than gunnery is.

anyone who wants a proposed crafting puzzle to have a chance to get into YPP needs to head over to the GCPP section of the forum and in particular read the Project Rules and Guidelines thread.

The Grand Crafting Project Proposal has about 30 proposals so far, and the first GameGardens version of one of the proposals is being written.
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maybe one where the pieces are the lines, and you need to combine them the make the right shape.
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For the Furnisher puzzle

I am not sure if this falls under the algorithm taboo.. but a game that has a grid with numbers on the top and left that indicate how many squares are to be marked.. you use logic to figure out which to keep and which should go.. you can make any shape that could be used to create the furniture. and the more difficult ones could get a larger grid or multiple shapes.

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Please note that the entries for the furnishing puzzle date back to 2008. Many of the proposals had reached a fairly advanced state of development.
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