"There is more games for blinds then we think ! I've made just a short quest on ebay and i found the following games for blinds: double-nine and double-six dominoes, chess, playing cards, tactil dice,bingo playing board,nine men's…"
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:http://pages.videotron.com/remneb/binary.html
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.
LOONEY LABS GAMES I PLAY/PROMOTE:
Fluxx, Looney Pyramids, Time Travel Games, Aquarius
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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.