Write a description that would suit your talents (athletic, intellectual, logical, musical, etc.) perfectly. Make the game up so it's fun for other people to play as well. Be sure to include a list of equipment and 3 or 4 rules. You might also want to describe a sample game.

I've been stuck on this for so long. Could anyone give me some ideas. I would want to make a game that suits intellectual or logical talents.

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  1. If you want to make a game to make everyone share their talents, you can always do a raffle for prizes or racing for the energetic people.
    And an art contest would suit the artistic ones.

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  2. Why don't you devise a quiz show. Charades? These sites should give you some ideas.

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