In last week’s Mysterium game, we were divided into 3 groups. Because many of our classmates were playing this game for the first time, we chose an experienced classmate to play the ghost. He knew that each player was looking for What is the suspect, location and murder weapon, and through the cards he draws, find out what he thinks is related to these truth elements and send them to the corresponding players. Players, on the other hand, search for the connection with the truth based on the cards obtained and the clues known at the beginning of the game, and infer what they are looking for through their respective card associations. In this process, players can discuss and complement their brains. Each player must find the suspect before continuing to find the location, and find the location before starting to find the murder weapon.
I think the difficulty of the game is that only after all players have found the murder weapon, the game will enter the final phase of finding the real murderer! That’s right, it’s useless for only one person to complete it quickly, everyone must complete it to start looking for the real culprit. Our cooperation in completing missions is what makes the game complete. So teamwork became the foundation of this game project, and I really like this type of game that encourages the spirit of collaboration. This kind of atmosphere can create an environment that is conducive to success.
For leadership, this game effectively embodies that teamwork is a spirit of resource sharing and collaboration in order to achieve a set goal. It can mobilize all the resources and talents of team members and automatically eliminate all inconsistencies. Harmony and injustice, while rewarding outstanding performers in a timely manner, makes teamwork a powerful and lasting force.