I've been gathering pyramids and making/playing games for a bit now. I'm working on converting rules of existing games into use with pyramids, and have a short manual started. My ultimate goal is for pyramids to be a fun part of math classes at every skill level. Also, as a guy living in a town with three different universities and just as many game shops, I'd like to help make Looney products available and enjoyed regularly.
HOW DID YOU LEARN ABOUT LOONEY LABS?
A math/history/once-and-future ESL teacher who's looking to learn something and have a good time doing it.
LOONEY LABS GAMES I PLAY/PROMOTE:
Fluxx, Looney Pyramids, Time Travel Games
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"Apologies for the belated response! This reply of yours has proved to be AWESOME. Thanks for taking so much time and writing out such great options! I *love* that you hit upon using them as counters in a non-base-10 system, which…"
"Laurie, thanks for your reply! Mathematics 7-12 grade. I'm interested in any and all topic-specific use of the pyramids, basic algebra through calc. Number of players can vary (1-4 is probably best), as can performance level…"