|Adivina La Película|
The Adivina La Película logo.
|Media||Online flash game|
Adivina La Película (meaning Guess The Movie in Spanish) is a Flash, interactive quiz game developed by Cleod9 Productions and published by McLeodGaming. The game was created by Gregory McLeod and two of his Spanish classmates, Jen and Morgan, as a project for their Spanish class. As such, almost all of the game's text is in Spanish and players are tasked to play it exclusively in that language.
The game can be played with up to two competing teams of players, or it can be played with just one player. To play, a team chooses one of 30 cards, of which 24 are gray and 6 are gold. Each card contains a quote from a movie in Spanish and the name of the movie on the other side. The selecting team is tasked to read the quote and guess the name of the movie, earning points if the movie is guessed correctly. Gray cards are worth one point each, gold cards are worth five points each, and the point value is doubled if the movie is guessed correctly in Spanish. However, if the team gives up or guesses incorrectly, they will lose two points and the opposing team is allowed to answer instead, earning double the points if answered correctly but losing the card value's points if answered incorrectly. After a card is answered, the other team chooses the next card. The winning team is determined by whichever has the most points after all 30 cards have been answered to.
To keep track of which cards have already been answered to, players have the option to cover them with boxes containing red or green X's, with each color distinguishing which team guessed correctly. Players can also keep track of each team's points with a counter in the bottom left corner.
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