As we all know, rows on the Chrononauts timeline generally contain eight cards. if you're suing the Gore Years, there's an extra row that's only five cards long. This must be an invitation to add…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Myers Dec 3, 2014.
In UberChrononauts, the universe is destroyed if, at any time, there are 13 paradoxes within any four consecutive rows of the timeline. (This is especially important to Crazy Joe, the Lost ID who…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Hackel Dec 4, 2014.
As a stats geek, game designer and engineer, I took Loonacy apart the moment I got it.Not all images appear the same number of times in the deck. Fifteen images appear six times each, and ten images…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Autzen Apr 4, 2014.
2) Martian Coasters
6) Twin Win
8) Martian Chess
9) World War 5
(See http://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/148795 for all 25 items.)
[I'm reposting this here, at Luke Hanson's request.]
When I go to a Looney Lounge, I always come prepared for the mental quest to play as much of the Looney catalog as possible. This time I did well in that pursuit. With my wife and daughter in accompaniment, we filled some seats at a game of Monster Fluxx that was just starting up. Monster Fluxx happens to be my daughter's favorite game, which she can play well enough even though she can't read. She…
Posted on October 26, 2014 at 10:30pm
I host monthly pyramid gatherings at Labyrinth Puzzles & Games in downtown DC on the first Thursday of each month. 6-8pm. It's usually just two or three pyramid fans, plus whatever bystanders from the GCOM crowd that we can press-gang into action.
In the past, I have written nightly recaps as comments on the Event listing, but LL has requested that I write them as Event Reports instead. One Report per month would be too much, so I'm going to combine them into this one thread.
Posted on April 1, 2013 at 6:00pm — 4 Comments
I played IceDice with my niece and nephew, who are 4 and 6 years old, respectively. They had no trouble at all learning the game, though my niece did have some difficulty matching the size die with the pyramid sizes. Both kids had a roller coaster ride of fun with IceDice. Their eyes glowed with the thrill of victory (getting to steal someone else's pyramid) and the agony of defeat (going bust when pushing for the Rainbow bonus). My nephew even won the game (which I had to point out to…Continue
Posted on February 23, 2011 at 4:44pm — 3 Comments