This was our first game board we needed to try. We had to roll 2 dice and whatever the numbers added up too is the place you move too, because down the bottom are some numbers pointing to left, right or straight and whatever number you landed on is the way you move. Once you roll a couple of times you’ll soon land on a WIN then some money. That’s how much you win. We tried this and the people that ran it ended up loosing a fair bit of money. These are the results
We had to now make our own game board using the same one. We could change the amount of prices and the direction of the number. We had to trail our boards on Maths300 and trail them 1000 times. Each roll costed $1 each. We hoped to at least make $300 out of it. \
We also had a creative board which is we have the same net but we could put the winning prices anywhere on the board. We trailed ours 10 times and I won $5.40 being the person who ran the game. This is my board
For my official board I made 2 go left, 12 go right and 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 go straight up. Because there was $50 on the first bubble and $75 on the second. as you keep going up it gets lower and its hard to roll a 2 or a 12 because theres only 1 way to roll it and its very unlikely to roll 3 2s in a row or 3 12s in a row. I trailed my one on Maths300 4 times and these were my results
The first time I was successful and I won $795.90. I rolled 0 $50, 0 $75, 0 $1, 0 80c, 17 50c and 973 20c.
For my second time I was successful again. I won $718.90. I rolled 0 $50, 1 $75, 0 $1, o 80c, 21 50c and 978 20c
for my third trailed I got the same scores as the first time.
For my final one I was successful once again. I won $795.40. I rolled, 0 $50, 0 $75, 0 $1, 1 80c, 16 50c and 983 20c.
My official board was pretty successful and I won a lot of money.