What is Binary?
Binary describes a numbering scheme in which there are only two possible values for each digit: 0 and 1. In today's digital world, information is encoded using binary values (in memory chips and disk drives). Information that travels between computers, sensors and other devices is also encoded in binary.
Who is Binny?
Binny is the character responsible for teaching kids binary on the Island of PodPi. Binny can calculate faster than anyone else using only 0's and 1's. He will guide you through the different games. He also has a subtle sense of humor.
Why A Card Game?
Using a card game makes it fun to learn and quick to remember the various byte representations. By adding the logic gates to the binary numbers, you can now learn the 7 basic computer operations (AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR, XNOR and NOT) used in digital computing today. The card deck is composed of 96 cards with 4 different games for endless fun and learning.
By using bit cards, we can replicate the various operations performed by a computer and microprocessor and learn how information is processed.
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Binary Nut is a game where you need to accumulate more points than you opponent by finding the right bit card value for the byte ( 8 bits ) laid in front of you. The first person to solve the byte gets the points.
In GateDash, your mission combines speed and logic. You need to solve a binary puzzle using your 7 bit cards and 7 logic gates. The goal is to reduce one byte into a single bit faster than your opponent.