In working towards more IceSheets for the big pyramid push, I looked towards the classics, such as the game this thread concerns itself with, Cracked Ice. It was originally published in Hypothermia,…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Kyle R. Murray Nov 9, 2012.
In working towards getting more IceSheets together, I looked towards the classics. As in games that have already been published with rules, but haven't been put in the IceSheet format yet. So, here…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg Lattanzio Nov 14, 2012.
A few months ago, our own Scott Myers put out an IceSheet for the game Pikemen. It is attached here, and if you would like to take a moment and check it out, and have some discussion here about the…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Bryan Stout Sep 28, 2012.
I am a Graduate Student in Chemistry at Youngstown State University, and some of the other grad students tossed around the idea of a game night. Tonight was the first of such events and a good time was had by all. All the games that were played were of the Pyramid variety, and the other grad students are well on their way to becoming Starship Captains. We started off playing World War 5. It took everyone a while to get the hang of it, but eventually Africa (me) won the day. Afterwards, I…Continue
Posted on October 5, 2012 at 11:25pm
This past weekend was AnCon, located in Hudson, Ohio. Matt Ankney and myself worked under the steely gaze of Andrew Burkett to demonstrate as many Looney Labs games as we could. Throughout the weekend, we demonstrated Seven Dragons, Chrononauts, Star and Oz Fluxx, and many different games for Looney Pyramids. I was lucky enough to be able to play several awesome games of Binary and Sinister Homeworlds throughout the weekend, and even was able to teach the game to a couple people, which was a…Continue
Posted on June 25, 2012 at 2:43pm — 2 Comments
I was in Dayton, Ohio this weekend, visiting my girlfriend, and happened to have some time to stop by GemCon, located at Wright State University. It was a small con, but the fellow who owns the comic book shoppe my girlfriend frequents was running a game room. He's a Looney Labs distributor, and I figured this was as good a time as any to get my demo on. He did not yet have any copies of Oz Fluxx to sell, but he had almost every other type of Fluxx, so I got out my other versions, along with…Continue
Posted on April 3, 2012 at 9:17am — 1 Comment