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Martian Moleskine
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While searching for a way to make Martian Chess more portable for any upcoming trip, I happened upon a way to repurpose a small Moleskine notebook and some Chessex dice.Behold!  Continue

Tags: chess, martian

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Carter Jun 16.

Pink Poppycock
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My son and I were toying around with our Pink Hijinks set and happened on a "variant" called Pink Poppycock.Pink Poppycock plays exactly like Pink Hijinks except a player's possible moves are…Continue

Tags: hijinks, pink

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Myers Jun 12.

Glitter!
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Pulled a major coup today, trading a couple copies of my books for:I'm dying to learn more about this set, but for…Continue

Tags: icehouse

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Carter Jun 17.

The Looney Labs Kickstarter experience?
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Now that it's been a while since Looney Labs has completed their successfully funded Werewolf Kickstarter[1] I wonder if there are any plans for future Kickstarter project from the Labs?  I suppose…Continue

Tags: kickstarter

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Carter May 31.

 

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Fogus replied to Fogus's discussion 'New pyramid game: Initiative'
"I know this is kind of late, but I wonder if you had a chance to try at AnCon?"
Jul 22
Joseph Carter replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"Oh there's online versions of just about everything needed to play somewhere or other. You may have to find some of it though as there are a few dead links that get in the way. But as I noted on the game techs FB group, I'm an archivist…"
Jun 17
Scott Myers replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"That is interesting to know.  I was never really clear on what came with these old sets.  Pretty awesome, thank you! The printed book The Empty City is numbered "zero" on the spine, and the book Playing With Pyramids is numbered…"
Jun 17
Fogus commented on Ryan Hackel's event 'Starship Captain Training Session'
"Sorry Ryan, I will be out of town at that time.  I hope August will work out for me."
Jun 17
Fogus replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"I've not seen any scans of the enclosed booklets, but I imagine most of the material has migrated online or to other documents. The "History" booklet looks like it might contain stories from "The Empty City" -- or at least…"
Jun 17
Joseph Carter replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"Has anyone by chance scanned those original booklets?  I know that *most* (but not all) issues of Hypothermia have been scanned (with some OCR errors I should probably email ee0r about when I'm thinking about it and have some time). Being…"
Jun 16
Jason Darrah replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"Wow that is an amazing find!"
Jun 16
Joseph Carter replied to Fogus's discussion 'Martian Moleskine'
"Oh that's clever.  :D  And as it's my favorite game… Although, today, I fought the game to a 9yo.  And he promptly kicked my butt.  :)  Made TWO mistakes that round, and now he's hooked and I want a…"
Jun 16
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Martian Moleskine

While searching for a way to make Martian Chess more portable for any upcoming trip, I happened upon a way to repurpose a small Moleskine notebook and some Chessex dice.Behold!  See More
Jun 14
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Jun 14
Scott Myers replied to Fogus's discussion 'Pink Poppycock'
"The pre-populated set of move choices is interesting to me.  I wonder how well it would work to have a small deck of cards or something, and you must play through all 6 cards, before you can replay any card.  Something to think…"
Jun 12
Joseph Carter replied to Fogus's discussion 'Pink Poppycock'
"This sounds like fun, and Pink Hijinks as a packaged monochrome set of three trios definitely needs some more love."
Jun 10
Fogus posted a discussion

Pink Poppycock

My son and I were toying around with our Pink Hijinks set and happened on a "variant" called Pink Poppycock.Pink Poppycock plays exactly like Pink Hijinks except a player's possible moves are populated ahead of time rather than on a per turn basis. In other words, before the game begins we take the pyramid die and each roll it 10 times, writing down the result of the rolls. We then start a game using only the rolls that we got, crossing off those used from the list as we go. We've played around…See More
Jun 9
Joseph Carter replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"Ooh, shiny! That causes me to like the idea of glittery pyramids in a kick starter project even more! *drool*"
Jun 5
Greg Lattanzio replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"Wow, I didn't even know that they created an entire set of glitter icehouse pyramids (that particular silver pyramid stash was a limited edition of one). I gather that what you have there is extremely rare. Btw, I love your little display of…"
Jun 4
Fogus replied to Fogus's discussion 'Glitter!'
"BTW Greg, thank you for that link.  It's a wealth of knowledge and as an added bonus it's led me to the old Looney news entries. No sleep for me tonight. ;-)"
Jun 4

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