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Subject: Four colors of interaction in Burning Suns rss

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On the forum Gry planszowe players working on project to qualification of board games because of the type interactions present in them.

Criteria
(red) confrontation - the player with their actions result in a direct loss of another player , which translates into a very clear profit .
(blue) competition - each player optimizes the use of its resources , including those that determine the access to a shared pool of limited resources.
(yellow) correlations - to benefit or indirect effects of others' actions ( before combination ) .
(green) co-operation - the pooling of resources to take action that will benefit both / all players .

supplement

In the description of each game uses a simple key ( I will use a quote from Legun ) - important contacts:
1 ) confrontation / competition - whether in competition for limited resources is a viable soliciting a resource just did not get it to another player , even if we do not bring any benefits altogether ? If so, you should be a little confrontation.
2 ) comparison / correlation - whether in the face of the enemy can turn his strength into weakness , use traps and intensional misleading ? If so, you should be a little correlation .
3 ) correlation / co-operation - and by the way alliances / trade we want the opponent something to gain? If so, you should be a little cooperation.

How would you qualify for this criteria in Burning Suns ?

I think on 7 controntation -1 conparision -1 correlation-1 -co-operation

The scale is 10 points which is 10 points to divide into four types of interactions.

Games already qualified (names of board games in Polish)



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