(Sorry if this is report but I was just perusing my past event reports and didn't see this one so I am reposting)
So....tabletop day 2013 was a success...but not in the way I expected!
I brought my whole gambit of games, and was wholly expecting the day to be filled with Fluxx and pyramids (which is normal) however I was very pleased when my first group of players wanted to know about Chrononauts, which I love playing, but is often overlooked!…Continue
I hadn't been fully recognized by the site but thought I'd share this anyway. I have no pictures, but I broke out some Pirate Fluxx and some Aquarius during Magcon5 in New Caney, TX on April 13. We had 5 players for each with 1 players who hadn't played Fluxx, 3 who hadn't played Pirate Fluxx, and 2 who hadn't played Aquarius. It was a great time. Two players have since purchased more Looney products. I look forward to showing off more games.
Added by Michael Cox on May 8, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Added by Billy Salazar on May 7, 2013 at 8:42pm — No Comments
This past weekend marked AnCon (Another Game Convention) in Hudson, Ohio, where Josh Denmeade and I ran the Looney Labs tables. Mr. Denmeade took on the pyramid side of things, where my focus was on the card games. During the weekend we had eight Fluxx qualifiers - from standard to Cthulhu and nearly everything in between - each person who won a qualifier game was given a seat at the final. The final was a game of Fluxx incorporating each and every Fluxx game (including nearly every…Continue
Added by Matthew A Ankney on May 7, 2013 at 10:04am — No Comments
Friday night (5\3) I scheduled to do Looney Pyramid demos at the Griffon open game night. Unfortunatly, I got a table in the room where a HeroClix tourney was running. The owner brought me over a couple people looking to play something new, so I gave them the Pyramid 101 spiel and then we played Ice Dice, Martian Coasters and WW5. They seemed to enjoy the games but moved on to play some board games. I had a sign up sheet for Cadet training, but no one seemed to want to make a commitment to…Continue
Added by Chris Kreskai on May 6, 2013 at 10:35am — No Comments
I apologise for the late report; non-gaming life got in the way.
To cover the negatives first (because then everything else is good), I had difficulties with people who either didn't approve of the 14+ regulation for the pyramids, or who assumed that it didn't apply to their children (in the first case, the fact that I had a sign obviously downloaded from the website helped, and they got over their 'health and safety gone mad' grump after a short while. In the second case, the…Continue
Added by Jennifer Waddington on May 2, 2013 at 11:40am — No Comments