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|Contest name||2019 Children's Game Print and Play Design Contest|
|Contest organizer||Chris Hansen on Board Game Geek|
There is no minimum or maximum limit on the number of components or rule length. Designers should be aware that larger games may be built and played by less people and therefore may not receive as many votes as games with smaller and quicker builds. (Note that the larger and complex a game is, the harder it may be for children to play.)
The games in this contest should be designed for parents to play with young children. The rules should be simple, yet contain a decision tree or a way for players to react to the randomness. Games should not be decided (won or lost) based on random factors that don't depend on player action (aka Candy Land).
Designers may enter up to four games into this contest.
|Is this a recurring contest?||Yes|
|How often does it reoccur?||Once a year.|