Creating a That's a Match Game
That’s a Match challenges players to decide whether two items fit together. Go ahead and explore a few examples:
The key to a successful game is simply to choose two columns that would be interesting to match. It's hard to go wrong. In this data set for The Periodic Table, the Atomic Number is a good candidate to match with the Element Name.
Here’s how you turn this into a game:
And here, again, is the resulting game: Do the Elements Match with their Atomic Number?
That’s a Match works well with images. Using this data set about Famous Art, we can make a game where the player sees the Name of an artwork and an image of the Art and must choose whether they form a correct match.
Try out the resulting game: Art These a Match?
And here's how this game was made:
Now it’s your turn. Give it a try and have fun!