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Availability questions

Afternoon all,I was just wondering if there was any progress on making Pyramids available in the UK / EU? I'm hoping to buy some more in the near future, and was wondering if there was any better way…Continue

Started Apr 15, 2013

Fluxx in Esperanto
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Yes, yes, Esperanto is still going - in fact it's going from strength to strength and has more speakers than ever!In case you've never heard of it, it's a "constructed language" that was originally…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob Keetlaer Oct 30, 2015.


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Fluxx, Looney Pyramids, Aquarius, Are You a Werewolf?, Are You The Traitor?

Starship Captain List

1. Zendo

2. Volcano

3. IceDice

4. Martian Chess

5. Twin Win

6. Treehouse

7. Give or Take

8. Hijinks

9. Martian Coasters

10. Homeworlds

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Pyramids at lunchtime

We've recently started up a small group of people who play games at lunchtime in my office - so far mostly Magic, and we usually get pretty much ignored by everyone else. Today was a bit different though - we played Martian Chess for the first time. I think the game went pretty well, but what was really great was the reaction we got from everyone else - we spent about as much time answering questions and talking about the game as we did playing! I'm not sure whether they were more fascinated…


Posted on December 19, 2011 at 4:10pm



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