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Vertical Chutes & Ladders

...as real as it gets
 
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This game, even when played on large scale boards [see links], lacks the true sensation of climbing up and sliding down.

We can solve this problem by placing the game board vertically, on a grid of ~25m / ~80 feet high and wide scaffolds, and using REAL chutes and REAL ladders.

(I wouldn’t suggest using snakes, though)

shibolim, Jul 30 2004

Tiled version http://www.halfbake...kes_20and_20ladders
[shibolim, Oct 17 2004]

Wet version http://www.halfbake...h_20and_20spladders
[shibolim, Oct 17 2004]

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       good idea for an amusement park tho.
digitalgadget, Jul 30 2004
  

       What, life isn't already like this?
Ander, Jul 31 2004
  

       Or down the side of a hill, for safety, using steps and slides.
But you have to reverse the game for the best effect.
Start at the top, and the first one down is the winner.
Ling, Jul 31 2004
  
      
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