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# Setting up double layer sequencing games.

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Hi guys, Im having trouble setting up this type of game. Not sure where to put what elements, what the elements are and what the base is. Does anyone have any tips? Would reading the advanced linear games in PS help with the set up? Im good once I get to the set up.

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@Euthyphro What game is giving you trouble? Would be easier to help you with a specific example. The good news is that if you can do a simple sequencing game, a double sequencing game isn't much different. No need to mess w/ PS. It is all well covered here on 7sage.

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for double layered sequencing game just make 2 lines and 1 line will be for the first set of entities, the 2nd line will be for the other entities.

such as if you're given this:

4 friends: A B C and D
4 colors: Green, Red, Yellow, White

you will be given rules about them and on line 1 you can put the 4 friends, that will be their line. the 2nd line will be for the colors that go with each friend (which you will associated them based on rules/inferences)

But yeah, knowing a game that is giving you trouble would be helpful!

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logic games comes down to practice and full proof method. And watching the explanation. But don't run to the explanation too quickly. give yourself a chance to figure it out

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@TheMikey said:
for double layered sequencing game just make 2 lines and 1 line will be for the first set of entities, the 2nd line will be for the other entities.

such as if you're given this:

4 friends: A B C and D
4 colors: Green, Red, Yellow, White

you will be given rules about them and on line 1 you can put the 4 friends, that will be their line. the 2nd line will be for the colors that go with each friend (which you will associated them based on rules/inferences)

But yeah, knowing a game that is giving you trouble would be helpful!

For example PT 66 section 3 game 4. That throws me off.