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Multiplayer Activities

Simple games can include: Bingo-style games - where the winner is declared to the whole class. Competitive unjumbling or word-search games which also keep track of which student finishes first.

This type of activity does not have to be completely real-time - but needs to periodically check the server in order to verify that no-one else has won yet.

An even simpler approach is to just record the time taken by each student to complete the task and then print a rank order at the end.

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