Last month I went down to the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD), where I had the honor of being a special guest speaker for a classroom packed with college students majoring in Game Design.
First of all, it's pretty amazing to me that you can even BE a college student majoring in Game Design, never…
PAX was amazing. This was my first time attending, and fortunately, my day job paid for it. That meant I had to be in the company booth all day Friday and Sunday, but my Saturday was completely free.
Saturday I showed up with my lab coat and flowers, and started searching out subjects. Unfortunately, my IceDice kit hadn't arrived, but I was able to teach it to a few people anyway, using a couple make shift dice. Everyone that played it enjoyed it, and was looking forward to…Continue
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I wanted to report this last Game Night (my house) because I taught some Looney Lab games to 2 new comers- who are both teachers. (On a high school sub and one a 5th Grade/Gifted teacher)
Both of them LOVED Fluxx and want to learn some games, like Zedno, to play with their classes. They both asked for the website to check out products and the 5th grade teacher asked me to come teach some Game Days with her GATE students occassionally!
I'm planning Zendo, Volcano, Binary…Continue
Added by Kimberly Terrill on March 13, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments
We played the new Pirate Fluxx as an opener for a friendly game night. The game started slowly with four players all playing keepers and few new rules and no goals. A few interesting rules came up, but our anti-obfusticationist, Josiah played Rules Reset. Then I started the action by playing Rough Seas. This effectively penalized Corrie with a hand and keeper limit, as she was the only one without a ship keeper. She responded on her turn by playing Keeper Limit 2, which I immediately…Continue