I didn't get to do nearly as many demos as I would have liked this year due work with the games dept but I was able to try a couple of things with Andy which were amazing. I also got to get in some games with the late night people, we played Batman Fluxx and a few others and also Loonacy(which is a personal favorite). Overall I think things went well this year, the demo team was great and they stayed fairly busy throughout the con.
Added by Erik Wintz on July 27, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
My kids are attending a camp this week and decided to bring Fluux for Game Day. I was helping today and able to help explain and supervise some games. We played the CN version of Fluxx for about 45 minutes. We had a number of kids play with us that had never heard of Fluxx before ranging from 6-12. We played open-handed to help introduce the kids to type and play of different cards. There was good interest, and a wee bit of confusion in how often things change. Overall the kids that…Continue
A nice afternoon playing Cthulhu Fluxx and Star Fluxx and I'm ready for our nexts events / demos :
Added by Jacobo Cisneros on July 9, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments
We had an awesome Fluxx Tournament at San Diego Comic Con. It last five rounds before we had a winner with three victories. The Pirate Fluxx round was particularly extra fun to watch as all the participants talked like pirates!
Winner of Tournament with Andy Looney…Continue
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It was a very long and busy day and I am not sure how many games were run in total but ran people through a couple dozen games of Fluxx and then left them with various sets to play on their own. Fluxx 4th and 5th editions, Holiday Fluxx, Stoner Fluxx, Regular Show Fluxx, Cthulhu Fluxx, and Oz Fluxx among others. I also had the chance to teach Loonacy to several families which was very popular, I believe the store may have run out of copies of that one. A little later in the day when the…Continue
Added by Erik Wintz on May 12, 2015 at 2:47am — No Comments
There were a few minor hiccups at first, but I think things went pretty well after it was all straightened out.
As far as actual gaming went, my day opened with Fluxx. I showed one of the gathering attendees my nearly-complete Fluxx library,…Continue
Added by Alyssa Nguyen on April 18, 2015 at 11:00pm — No Comments
So I was at the cafe of my college yesterday with my newest addition, Family Fluxx. I had played it a few times and was doing my usual pre-first-game shuffling. One of the guys that comes in there a lot (not sure what his name was) asked me what I was playing and if I could teach him so I did. We ended up playing for about half an hour and then played Zombie Fluxx for about an hour. My favorite part was when he finally grasped the concept that creepers aren't always bad and he beat me with…Continue
Added by Steven Curtis on April 15, 2015 at 11:55pm — No Comments
This is a little late but I went to Blue Ox (my FLGS) and demoed quite a few different versions of Fluxx. There were some newcomers that were interested after seeing some Fluxx promo cards in the gift bag that the store handed out. There were also a few previous players. Everyone seemed to like the Geek & Sundry tabletop day expansion. I think about 100 people were at the event and about 10-20 of them demoed Fluxx. I think my favorite part was when we would finish a game and some of the…Continue
Added by Steven Curtis on April 15, 2015 at 11:48pm — No Comments
So... I showed up around 14:00 to find the store packed! Every table was occupied and had a game going, and nearly every seat was taken. Eventually, I was able to find a place to sit down with others who came in around the same time I did. We played Splendor, Just Desserts (which, unfortunately, wasn't available for sale yet in this store), and Run Fight or Die. I also sat and observed a game of Space Cadets. Overall, a fun day, especially since I managed to acquire a copy of the Tabletop…Continue
Choose One, Loonacy and Fluxx were a big hit at our first ever table top day at San Bernardino County Library Lake Arrowhead Branch, in Blue Jay, California. We had at least three Choose One Ganes, and three Loonacy with one demo and one full Fluxx game. This is a small branch and despite many other things happening, we had a total of 12 peple (6 kids and 6 adults) participating. It was fun, and we will certainly do it again next year! Neither of the two local FLGS (Mr. G's for Toys nor…Continue
Added by Adelheid "Heide" Nichols on April 11, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Hanadoki was a brand new anime convention in San Diego. Expecting about 500 people, the attendance actually broke 1200! And despite our tabletop schedule not being printed in the program guide, it was available on signs at site and on the website, so we had people for the games. I am putting up the photos online here and on facebook. Alyssa Ngyuyen had hoped to have "Just Desserts" to demo but it came while we were gone. Thank you for the giveaways to our members! Everyone had a blast and…Continue
What the Hell Con is a free 3 day convention put on by GUilford College in Greensboro NC with art and gaming as primary activities. We had a lot of late nught and Sunday afternoon fluxxing, and some Monty Python fluxx on Friday night. Over all had about 18 players total and played 4 kinds of fluxx Monty Python, Pirates, Stoner Fluxx, and Simple Eco fluxx. Had a great time and hope to add more fluxxing to my future
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Had a blast playing a longer game of Holiday Fluxx with the guys who were there. Marlin ahd never played fluxx while most of the others had but not the new Holiday Fluxx. We played two gakes with one runjing fairly short and one going extra long.
The other demo I ran that night was 7 dragons. Unfortunately i did not get any ppctures of that but I did run two games of it. …Continue
Added by Josh1v9 on January 30, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments
This was actually my last game demo within the UK. For my leaving party, my local SciFi and Fantasy games group had a games night, and I took along Choose One!, as this had gone down brilliantly with the group in the past.
Six of us had numerous games of Choose One! It was really enjoyable, as all the group have similar interests, so often we could predict the results, but very often we were also shocked too! We ended up taking photos of people posing with the cards that we…Continue
Added by Lisa Jepson on January 28, 2015 at 2:30am — No Comments
Last year, I went to Tabletop Day at our local games shop in Manchester - Fanboy 3. I hadn't intended on demoing anything, as I tend to demo the games to groups outside shops usually, for instance my local SciFi and Fantasy book group, or within my gaming group - or often just with non-gaming family and friends, as Looney Lab games are a great hook into gaming :)
It was the end of a really long day, and unfortunately, the prize support pack that the shop had ordered from…Continue
Added by Lisa Jepson on January 28, 2015 at 2:00am — No Comments
Saturday afternoons at my house are a relaxing time reserved for rest, learning and boardgames!
I run an Orthodox Jewish Youth Group and so we have a lot of events at my house on Shabbat (the Sabbath). I took the opportunity to indoctrinate...I mean, educate some of my impressionable youth to get into Pyramid games!
We went through an introduction to the Pyramids in general and played 5 games with the little cadets on their way to Captainhood.…Continue
Added by Sam Zitin on January 27, 2015 at 2:49pm — No Comments
The last time we were going to be at LAX Marriott (we move next year to the Ontario Convention Center) and we went out with a bang! Loonacy, Fluxx, and Choose One were all huge hits. Only the Aquarius demo drew no takers, but was up against some compelling programming. People enjoyed the games and we had LOTS of demos, so a success all around!
Added by Adelheid "Heide" Nichols on January 11, 2015 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Literally the first item programmed for the convention we started with Loonacy (th game) and descended from there. There was a lot of Fluxx in open play and Regular Show FLuxx for the demo. Choose One caught on like wildfire once it was demo-ed and it was played all weekend. The amazing author Todd McCaffrey did the Are you a Werewolf? Are you the traitor? was not as popular. But there are a lot of new Choose One fans!…Continue
Added by Adelheid "Heide" Nichols on November 30, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments