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Creating a Which Match Is Wrong Game

This page describes how to make a game. For more general help on making games on Sugarcane, please read How to Make a Game.

Which Match Is Wrong challenges players to spot information that doesn't go together. Go ahead and explore a few examples:

The key to a successful game is to choose a column containing the items you want to learn, plus one or more columns with interesting details. In this list of Solar System Planets, the Planet is our main column, and Image and Symbol are interesting facts to go with it.

Here’s how you turn this into a game:

And here, again, is the resulting game: Which Planet's Image and Symbol Is Wrong?

Which Match Is Wrong games can be interesting when you include several columns from the data set. Using this data set about Types of Cheese, we can make a game where each set includes the cheese Name, Country of origin, Milk source, and Texture.

Try out the resulting game: Mismatched Cheese

And here's how this game was made:

Now it’s your turn. Give it a try and have fun!