If it’s anything like the Marvel (Comics) and Disney versions, it’ll feature double-sided cards
with people/places/things on one side and their names on the other. (You can find a
description of the gameplay >here<.
(There was somewhere I should have checked first, but didn’t.)
It seems this version will be based on Codenames Duet, which means that
both players/sides will be giving clues. The estimated release is this August.
It’s out now. Both players(/teams) give clues, and all players win/lose together.
(I could probably make a list of games that should appeal to HP fans, if anyone’s interested.)
Hey, it’s my favourite thread with an obscure title! Glad to see it back on the main CR page, if only briefly. Kudos to whomever dredged it up.
Sadly, I’ve got little to no interest in video games, although my latent fondness for Harry Potter remains strong. Would be great if those discussions got kickstarted again.
HI!!!!! So nice to hear from you! I hope all is well, seeing as it’s not bein hazmanim. Thanks for showing up!
Sadly, I’ve got little to no interest in video games
The Codenames series are physical/tabletop games*, and I meant games of that kind.
*(The original Codenames is also available as an app.)
Does America have a wizarding school. If so, wouldn’t it be bigger than Hogwarts? America is a lot bigger than England.
Also, why wouldn’t they come to Hogwarts’s aid in fighting Voldemort?
Moderators. can you please change the name of this thread to something on the threads topic. I don’t think anyone is looking at it because of the vague title.
The question still remains unanswered.
It’s because Rowling really doesn’t like America
Does America have a wizarding school?
According to recent films, yes.
If so, wouldn’t it be bigger than Hogwarts? America is a lot bigger than England.
Does China have the largest yeshiva in the world?
(That does raise the question of how common Muggle-borns are…)