**Minecraft name: Breadstone
**What do you like the most about redstone?: I like how there is a simple set of rules in a game that allows you to make almost anything you can imagine. Its almost like solving a puzzle you create.
**What’s a thing you have made which demonstrates redstone knowledge?: I have built many fully inclusive redstone casinos, on survival servers, that had games ranging from simple slot machines to 5 hand blackjack (and early workings of poker). Over the years I have also built close to 100 different redstone games including a modified tetris and have dabbled in computing, even creating a simple chess computer on single player world. I have some photos of a redstone casino I created which is probably the coolest redstone I have done.
**What does the thing do?: There are many different games including, crash, blackjack, roulette, a claw machine, dice rolls, and lottery machines. They are all games of luck that involve computing decisions and odds and allowing for some automatic weighted games in minecraft.
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**What did you make as your trial build?: I made a memory game with automated scoreboards as my trial build. The game consists of a screen on which a pattern is flashed. The objective is to reinput the pattern back onto the screen. The game will check for the win or loss in real time and also in real time update the high score board if the score is beaten. Though it is not solely oriented around computation many components of the build perform computation such as BCD decoding to 7 segment display, A Ripple BCD counter, A Binary comparator (incredibly simplified), Ram, IO, and a specialized state machine to control the game.
**What is the warp for your trial build?: /warp MatchLight
It will warp you above the play platform. The game is inside of the area directly below the warp. Test out the game, leave feedback, and let me know if there are any questions or concerns.
**Provide your results after completing the ORE Binary Quiz: Binary Quiz completion certificate:
Completed by _Breadstone_ in 33m23.025s on 11/5/2023, 16:40 UTC. 92.59% accuracy with 2/27 answers given incorrectly. 041641a4-3ff8-4c3e-896e-107af8adb8b5-5f427265616473746f6e655f 4x0224482f3s6v0k4a013z573g6n515z632x071ulolo27rblolp95aw
**Do you agree with the rules?: Yes, The rules and community at ORE both seem great.