You have been appointed a scrum master in an agile IT project and your task is the name of the game: Find the Bug! Agile.
The project is simulated by cubes (code), cards (user stories) and tiles (workspaces).
By playing user stories to workspaces, you show the expected output to the other players but keep
the required input secret. Using test-driven development, the players may now play code to to each
others' workspaces, giving away code if incorrect but earning both code and victory points if correct.
Once a player is correct, the workspace turns into a working component with a given input and output.
This may be used to integrate components into modules and earn even more victory points.
The winner is the one who earns the most balanced victory points, as measured by having the most victory
points in the weakest color.
Find the Bug! - Agile is mainly designed for IT professionals who want to learn agile testing in a fun way. However, ordinary gamers may also enjoy this deductive challenge where you must use your limited resources efficiently and monitor the other player's actions carefully to Find the Bug!
My name is Nicholas Hjelmberg and I am a hobby gamer since childhood. Starting with classic games
like chess and RISK, I moved on to explore "American" games like Diplomacy and Civilization and then
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