"Very interesting. I'm digging this idea, I felt like there must be some way to incorporate mancala and pyramids too. Nice work.
When a player sows the pieces, is your intent to do it exactly like mancala, so one "piece" is distributed…"
"A very interesting way to counter the die rolling in Pink Hijinks. I have wondered if chance was a little too high in PH, but we enjoy it enough to not worry. We'll try your variant next time we play though!"
"Have you tried Inked Playmats? I don't know if they do any that small, but they make good stuff, allow for customization and are usually pretty fast. And I've never seen them require a big batch order."
I've always loved Fluxx, and have been playing it since it first came out. A number of years ago my wife received two copies of Q-turn and they've been one of her favorite games. I just recently dusted off my old Icehouse set (which I never really understood when I first got it) and boy was I surprised to discover that all three are made by the same company. Since I've clearly been a fan of Looney Labs for years without realizing it, I figured it was time to see what other fans are up to!
So here I am, my wife and I are eagerly learning new games for our Pyramids, while my son plays with any extras we're not currently using ("Daddy you can't have the green one, that's the Hulk.")
HOW DID YOU LEARN ABOUT LOONEY LABS?
I am a college instructor and former high school teacher that has been predominantly a miniature wargamer for years. After realizing that my gobs of money were yielding me very little from gaming except taking up a bunch of space, I've been looking to re-address my gaming hobby to focus more on easy-to-transport/store/get new people into games.
I have a beautiful wife, an adorable son, and a newborn daughter on the way. I also supervise a Board Game Club at the school where I formerly taught.