A game that must be designed in flash / shockwave
A live chicken gets fed (heavily). The bystanders each bet $1 per square to guess which square the chicken will "poop"! The chicken is let loose and walks around an area made up of 100 squares (each numbered) on a sandy beach. The locals cheer whilst the chicken wanders around and eventually "drops". The winner collects his prize of $50 - but has to clean up the mess
Game must have different outcomes and with an easy betting system to allow people to buy credits. Must Automate through paypal.
Here is an extract from someone who has watched this event:-
By this time there is a crowd of participants and lots of spectators gathered around the fence. There is music and cheering and much enthusiasm to see the chicken move from one area of the squared board to another area. Of course, the chicken does, and there are oohs and aaahs and squeals of disappointments. One lady speaks in Spanish to the chicken, and the crowd laughs as she pronounces "galina" for "gallina". Just when the chicken begins to look a little frightened, she raises her tall feathers and spits out a watery solution on square 45. The crowd is jubilant and Brian raises his glass of Belikin as he shouts out his number- 45. Mary jumps unto the squared board, picks up the chicken and gives it to Brian, who poses for pictures from all his fans. He has just won the World Famous Chicken Drop at the Pier Lounge.
**B**ut wait a minute, he is informed that part of the fun and to collect his $100, he must clean the chicken's mess (not a big mess) so that more photographs could be taken. After the routine cleaning up and amidst cheering from the Rogers and other spectators, Brian collects his cash and they all head straight into the [url removed, login to view] for an island celebration
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