I'd be interested in seeing the whole list, actually. Sounds pretty neat, eh. Good job.
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I might guess the Start the Clock card is from the 800 or 812 series. 811 looks like multi-card packs.
Thanks for all of these. There were a couple of numbers I suspected, but several I hadn't even heard of. I'll have the list updated after work.
Some others (AFAICT):
LOO-68 - Retro Loonacy
LOO-70 - Firefly Fluxx
LOO-71 - Nature Fluxx
LOO-72 - Mad Libs The Game
LOO-73 - Ugly Doll Loonacy
And of course: LOO-074 Pyramid Arcade
LOO-811-12 - Party Favors - 9 Fluxx cards celebrating the game's 20th anniversary
LOO-524: The Aquarius 'Looney Labs Peace Puzzle' from 2004
Other items not on the list but I don't have numbers for...Do they even have numbers?
The 5x5 & 6x6 Volcano Boards
The treehouse die & ice-dice dice that are now sold separately.
Looney Pads #1 & 2 from 2003
The Icehouse Handbook - 80 page book from 1992
Icehouse - The Martian Chess Set
QTurn - Not sure about the question of a deluxe version (LOO-006 / LOO-008). I have two sets, one doesn't list a version, the other says V 1.5 and the changes are as follows: The non-version marked set I'm assuming came first, as it has one of the 6 instruction panels dedicated to 'Choosing a Token'. The V 1.5 set does not have that panel in the instructions, instead it's replaced with an 'Also from Looney Labs' promo panel, and has an added 'Caution, contains small parts' warning. Between my two versions, I also have just one set of the 4-colored tokens, though I'm not 100% sure which one they came in. The token edges are wrapped in wire which makes them kinda neat. Logically, they probably came in v 1.5 which no longer has the 'Choosing a Token' text, as they were then provided, and would be the 'small parts' in the above mentioned warning. So, it's my guess this makes that later version 'Deluxe'? In any event, both show the year 1999, neither of them have a LOO# anywhere to be found, and both have the same ISBN number.