This is Flappy Bird but for two people and adaptive.
It occurred to me, while I was playing Flappy Bird and conversing
with the lovely Mrs. Christ, that Flappy Bird is a series of
estimations that are regular, and articulate your experience of the
world, but are pretty unforgiving, although
that does provide you
with the opportunity to "lose your soul" and learn from your
while you are regenerating a life.
So in the spirit of re-incarnation, why not: 1. Make it easier so
that your regeneration is
into your ongoing learning process so that you don't die in the
game but maybe
are slowed down until you learn to make the correct estimation,
2. Play it with someone else while you are having a conversation
with them, so that your conversation can correlate with the
estimations you will be making in the game.
So, Flappy Bird allows you to make a very quick ballistic
over and over in a forced repitition. If the opening in the "poles"
Flappy Bird were set by the other person, and if they received an
opening that had been set by you through the timing of your flap,
then the mutual success of the openings matching each other
be incrementally taught over the course of repetitions, AND this
could be matched, at gradually less and less of an unconscious
with the back and forth of your conversation.