Antoine Richard
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I have 6 treehouse sets,fluxx,zombie fluxx,Are you a Traitor,2 Aquarius,Chrononauts,Martian coasters,WW5,111 elbs pieces. I've made a game called Boundary.You can see it here:
I also play the following games:Homeworlds,Pikeman,Martian Chess,Martian Coasters,Treehouse,Volcano,Boundary,Continuum,Penguin Soccer(who can be played with pyramids),Twin win.
I like History,sciences,games,sports,photography.
Fluxx, Looney Pyramids, Time Travel Games, Aquarius

The 10 games i play with pyramids



-Martian Chess

-Martian Coasters





-Penguin Soccer

-Twin win.

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At 1:51pm on July 12, 2011, Ryan Hackel said…

Did you know there is an aluminum pyramid on top of the Washington Monument?

It is 14.0cm on base and 23.0cm in height, too squat by Looney Pyramid dimensions, but oddly similar to a 14~24 pip pyramid.

At 12:28pm on June 17, 2011, The Looneys said…

Hello there - it's great to see you here online!  Thanks for joining our fan club! 

Looks like your profile is almost all set up...  but we have one silly request.  Please drag your LATEST ACTIVITY box to the bottom of your profile page. This will give folks a chance to get to know you (by reading your profile) before diving in to see what you have been doing here at the fan club recently.

Thanks, we look forward to chatting with you in the forums! 

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At 1:54pm on May 31, 2011, Eric Wald said…

So you're saying that the stone-bop is allowed to move as far as it can, and doing so allows pyramids to exceed their natural speed limits.  Somehow, I had thought that the pyramid limits would still apply, so the stone-bop limit was imposed because no pyramid could match a greater length.


Likewise, I added a note about only moving the top piece of a stack both for logistical reasons and as an extrapolation of your comment about the pieces needing to be in a tree formation in order to win.


That kind of clarification was one reason I made the rule summary; I wanted to make sure I had the rules correct.  (I also wanted a copy for my game binder.)  I'll update the PDF this evening.

At 11:06am on May 30, 2011, Eric Wald said…

Very interesting; that makes the entire game a single transportation event, with each tree as one person.  That invalidates the slight theme I had inserted at the top, but sounds even more appropriate.

Boundary 2-page summary

At 11:10pm on May 29, 2011, Eric Wald said…
I have created a 2-page summary for Boundary, at least as I understand the rules.  Would you like me to send you a copy?  I can post a link here, or email it, per your preference.


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