Creating a Let's Compare Game
In Let's Compare, players must compare items and say which ones come first and last. Go ahead and explore a few examples:
The key to making a successful game is having a column of items you would like to compare and another column that tells how to do it. In this list of Disney Films, the Poster column contains the posters of the films that we want to compare, and the Release Date column tells us their order.
Here's how you turn this into a game:
And here, again, is the resulting game: Let's Compare Disney Movie Release Dates
You can compare your items based on numbers, dates, or text. This allows for a lot of variety! You can even choose more than one comparison method, in which case players will be asked to compare based on criteria that change from round to round. Looking at the data set of countries of the world, we see that we can compare the countries by their Area and also by their Population.
Try out the resulting game: Which Country is the Largest?
And here's how this game was made:
Now it's your turn. Give it a try and have fun!