Wiki Owner Deck

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Wiki Owner Deck
Designer lailai
Date 22/12/2010
Players 2+
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To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)
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In Wiki Owner Deck, players are the founder of wikis competing for users, and money. You'll need paper money for money, something to represent users, and another to represent user happiness. After everyone has had a turn, each player gets more money/user/happiness depending on active cards. Note: 1 chip = 100 users.

Hand out a Wikipig card to everyone.


Card List

Wikipig
Thing
A free wiki software that has being discontinued. It runs on quality 3+ hardware, and can handle a maximum of 1000 users. 100 users requires 1 quality hardware. +1 user happiness/turn.
MediaWiki
Thing
An open source wiki software. Not intuitive UI. It runs on quality 3+ hardware, and can handle a maximum of 2000 users. 100 users requires 0.5 quality hardware. +0 user happiness/turn.
MediaWiki V2
Thing
The next version of MediaWiki. Requires MediaWiki card, discard that when played. It runs on quality 5+ hardware, and can handle a maximum of 2500 users. +2 user happiness/turn.
ProWiki
Thing
A paid wiki software that has many features. It runs on quality 8+ hardware, and can handle a maximum of 5000 users.+4 user happiness/turn. -1k/turn.
LiteWiki
Thing
A free wiki software. Low features, but high efficiency. It runs on quality 6+ hardware, and can handle a maximum of 8000 users. +1 user happiness/turn.
Xiki
Thing
An expensive wiki software which is very easy to use, but uses a lot server resources. It runs on quality 11+ hardware, and can handle a maximum of 6000 users. +8 user happiness/turn. -3k/turn.
660MHz
Thing
Cheap CPU. Quality 1. +0 user happiness/turn. -1k/turn.
1.2GHz
Thing
A bit more powerful, at the same price. Quality 2. +1 user happiness/turn. -2k/turn.
1.8GHz
Thing
Mid-range unit. Quality 3. +2 user happiness/turn. -3k/turn.
Dual core 1.66GHz
Thing
Great value for price. Quality 4. +2 user happiness/turn. -3k/turn.
2.55GHz
Thing
Getting in the high-range now. Quality 5. +4 user happiness/turn. -5k/turn.
Dual core 2.32GHz
Thing
Can you afford it? Quality 6. +6 user happiness/turn. -8k/turn.
Duo Dual Core 2.32GHz
Thing
Pretty high specs. Quality 7. +7 user happiness/turn. -14k/turn.
Duo Quad Core 2.32GHz
Thing
The most powerful, and expensive one. Quality 8. +8 user happiness/turn. -17k/turn.
512MB
Thing
Can it run anything? Quality 1. +0 user happiness/turn. -0k/turn.
1GB
Thing
Better. Quality 2. +1 user happiness/turn. -1k/turn.
2GB
Thing
Mid range. Quality 3. +2 user happiness/turn. -2k/turn.
4GB
Thing
High Range. Quality 4. +2 user happiness/turn. -4k/turn.
8GB
Thing
The most you can have. Quality 5. +3 user happiness/turn. -7k/turn.
Overclocking
Thing
Adds 1 quality to a CPU. Place after CPU. Additional -1k/turn
Pagefile
Thing
Adds 1 quality to a RAM. Place after RAM. -1 happiness/turn.
Ask For Donations
Action
Money earned(k) = 1 * (Happiness / 10) * (Users / 200). -3 happiness/
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