Before you write this, you will need to take notes while you are watching other people playing a game.

The <Name of Game> is a game in which <one, two, three / one player and the computer>… <Finish this sentence by explaining what each player does in the game.> The goal of the game is for… <Finish this sentence by explaining how someone wins.> What makes this game fun is… <Explain in 2 or 3 more sentences.>

I watched <Player One> and <Player Two> play on <Date>, and they said that the game was <adjective showing emotion> because

The game started with <Player One>… <Explain the first steps of the game>, then <Player Two>… <Continue explaining the beginning steps of the game.>

At one point in the game, the players were <adjective showing emotion> because… <Explain what happened.>

A turning point in the game came when <One of the Players>… <Explain an important strategy that one of the players used to get the upper hand.>

Finally, the game ended when… <Explain the final step of the game.>

Most people would find <Name of Game> to be <adjective showing emotion> because… <Explain in 2 or 3 more sentences.>

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