It is very easy to create a Chore Wars gaming party, and to edit the fine detail of the available adventures.
Everyone makes their avatar. A click of a button opens up a self-explanatory area for hosting your housework party. Invite all in your home with the link supplied, and watch their avatars join the game.
You could even take this further afield. Nothing is preventing you pitting your household against your neighbors, or each friend - in their own real world citadels - taking up their dusters for the epic Battle of the Spring Cleaners.
The beauty of this is how well the game can be customized to fit your family and friends. The adventures (formerly known as household chores) can all be created from scratch, or you could opt to fill the board with the most common tasks.
As a good way to begin, I recommend the latter. The adventures produced are fairly universal (washing up, emptying the bins etc). Plus it can be edited. You simply delete or add chores, until the board is a perfect fit.
Don't overlook your ability to edit the rewards! Chore Wars becomes fabulously personal and much more fun with a few choice additions there.
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Love the idea behind this game
We were having fun with it here on Wizzley too. It's a great inducement to get gamers doing chores.
Then it shall happen!
Looking forward to it! It could be a great motivational tool ;-)
Ooops! Nope! I'll do it for my 500th article. :)
And? Have you done it?
Sam - I like your thinking! I should do that!
Wournos - Your cat is so losing XP there.
Mira - There's no choice on the honesty. If you say that you've done the washing up, and the washing up is still there, you lose your points.