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What is Bas-check?

Bas-check is a game system which can be played with teams or individually. If you would like to do an entertaining meeting, training or competition, you can use Bas-check's popular games.

How Does Bas-check Work?
The devices work with radio frequency and the results appear in the computer immediately after the Bas-check is pressed. The computer automatically grants the right to answer to the team that first presses the Bas-check. The contents may be enriched by adding all kinds of visuals, sounds and hints to the questions to be used in the games.

Areas Of Usage

In fairs and congresses, the abundance of stand visitors is an indicator of efficiency. It can be taken for granted that the stands that use Bas-check will be more cheerful, more active and more efficient than the others will. The organized games and competitions guarantee to maximize the attention of participants.

  • In stand activities for exciting the interest to the stand
  • In meetings for purposes of entertainment and motivation
  • In launch and training meetings in which the product messages and slogans are processed

It is a fast-paced game that is ideal for reviewing the pre-determined subjects in the form of questions and answers. In team games, each game is given 1 Bas-check device. 3 to 5 can be added. In the same way, 3 to 5 questions can be added within each category, which means that a table ranging from 3x3 to 5x5 can be prepared. The questions have points with values ranging from 100 to 500. The difficulty level of the question is evaluated in such a way to correspond to its increasing point value. The teams begin the competition by choosing the category and point value first. When the question is asked, the first team to press the Bas-check gains the right to answer the question. If the team gives a correct answer, it wins the point value of the question and selects the category and point value of the next question. If the team gives a wrong answer, it loses the stated point value and the other teams gain the right to push the Bas-check in order to answer the question. If desired, "bonuses" can be hidden under questions. The questions with bonus can only be answered by those who select the question. The teams can stake all or part of their accumulated points. The game ends with the final question, in which all the competitors stake their accumulated points.

Question Bowl

The purpose of this game is to collect the most points by giving correct answers to the questions individually (in place of the team) or with the other team members. Starting with one stage, a game may optionally be extended and consist of many stages.

Toss-Up/Bonus Stage: Individual team members compete by pushing Bas-check to answer the Toss-Up questions. According to circumstances, it is possible for the members to outpoint their competitors with an additional bonus question that will be asked at a random time.

Team Stage: Team members answer a group of questions asked at them within the stage in collaboration with the other team members. The questions that are not answered or answered incorrectly are accumulated in the question bowl, asked to the competitors and answers are requested later.

Speed Stage: In the timed stage, the teams press Bas-check to get the right of answering the question. According to circumstances, an extension stage may be played and desired number of questions may be asked.

Final Answer

As the players start to ascend on the question ladder, every correct answer becomes more and more valuable. A wrong answer returns the team to the last reached distance Stone.

The first team to reach the top of the ladder wins the game or the stage. Each ladder has progressive point values (or ladder levels) up to 15. Game masters can customize the number of ladder levels, number and location of distance Stones and the value assigned on each of these Stones, as they like.

All teams have a pre-determined number of Joker rights and they can use these jokers as they like. In accordance with the parameters selected by the master, the jokers add excitement and unexpected surprises to the game. There are joker options such as ask an expert, ask the listeners/group, leave two choices, hint, one more chance and transfer to the competitor.

In the last questions, two choices, Standard Stage and Variable Stage are offered for the game.

In Standard Stage, a team keeps playing until it gives a wrong answer. When a wrong answer is given, the control passes to the next competitor.

In Variable Stage, the game continuously changes hands between teams. Although only one team plays at the same time in both Stages, the possibility of transferring questions at any moment keeps the players alert.

Wheel Of Knowledge

The teams obtain the right to answer questions by making Bas-check. Afterwards, they can guess the letters in the word puzzle by spinning a roulette-shaped wheel that shows values of the rewards.

The purpose of this game is to collect the most points by answering the questions or solving the puzzle.

Every time the teams spin the Wheel, they can answer a single question. If the Wheel comes to a point or a reward value, the team guesses a letter for the puzzle. If the guess is correct, the word puzzle shows all the instances of that particular letter.

If the Wheel comes to a penalty value, the penalty (pass, bankruptcy etc.) is applied and the turn passes to the next team.

The stage ends when the puzzle is solved. Optionally, a "Final Puzzle" can be played

Classroom Feud

This is a very beautiful and fun game for arousing curiosity around a new subject / aspect.

In "Teams Compete", the team players are asked to guess the "chronological" or "top" answers respectively. For instance, a question such as 'Which answers were given to the questions "we asked 100 people", "Name the first five presidents" or "Name five actors with Oscar awards"' is asked.

The two teams playing the game complete with each other and try to guess the top answers. At this stage, there are many rule options regarding the working and course of the game and adjustments can be made according to the user. In the same vein, it is possible to make all kinds of changes on the visuals, sounds and the periods of the game.

Tic Tac Toe

The game is played with two teams, the "X" team and the "O" team. The teams compete on a 3x3 platform consisting of boxes. First, the "X" team starts the game. Later, the teams continue by selecting the box on which they will play by turns. When a team selects its box, it needs to answer two questions in order to claim a right over that box. When it answers the questions correctly, it puts the mark of its own team on that box.

The purpose of each team is to put its own mark ("X" or "O") on three horizontal, vertical or diagonal adjacent boxes. When this is realized, it means that a team accomplished 3 squares. If the question is answered incorrectly, the answer is shown, the box can be left blank or the mark of the other team can be put in the box according to the rule adjustments made in the beginning of the game.

If all the boxes are marked but neither of the two teams achieves 3 boxes at the end of the game, the game ends in a draw and is given points in a different way. Many stages can be played in this way. The winner of these stages is the team that collects the most points in all of the total stages.