That was quite a mouthful for a title. On September 19th, the NGE Gaming club held their monthly LAN party at the IT Building on the OSUIT campus in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. I ran another Fluxx Tournament during the LAN. The entire tournament used the Pirate Fluxx deck. Throughout the Night, there were 6, 6 person tables ran with the winner of each table advancing to the final table at 1:00 am. There were several first…Continue
Added by Mark L. Pranger on September 24, 2014 at 6:48pm — No Comments
Great time was had by all who stopped by the Looney Labs tables.
We original planned 2 days at about 3 hours each day.
It turned out to 5 hours on Friday (we were frozen... had to leave.. next year bring tie-dye'd sweatshirts) and 6 1/2 hours on Sunday. Lots of people kept stopping by to play and both tables were always full.
We highlighted the newest games that came out within the last year, Regular Show Fluxx, CN Fluxx, Choose One, Monster Fluxx and Loonacy. We also…Continue
Added by Cindi Parker on September 16, 2014 at 12:45pm — No Comments
Parked myself in the common areas of the dorms on Friday night after our first week back in school. Sent out the word to some gamers that I was doing games there and 5 showed up on the fly. We played Fluxx from 8pm to 1 am. Winner got to choose the next deck we would use. We played Star, Oz, Pirate, Cartoon Network, Monty Python, Fluxx 4.0, and Monster Fluxx. 3 of the players were brand new to the game. Hope to pictures soon. Pirate was the most popular until the Talk like a Pirate…Continue
Tuesday night game night continues at the spot, where we broke out into a 7 player game of Monty Python Flux followed by what we had hoped would be a short game of Star Fluxx ... both games lasted well over an hour and even the owner of the store had to get in on the fun!
Added by James M Doster on September 4, 2014 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Demo'd Oz Flux (3 games) and Seven Dragons (4 games) at R&B Games in Statesville, NC
Added by James M Doster on September 1, 2014 at 6:39pm — No Comments
July 26th 2014
Robert Hartsell and I run an organization known as No Ordinary Gamers
this group was born out of our love of demoing, teaching games, playing games and keeping the hobby…Continue
Added by James M Doster on September 1, 2014 at 6:38pm — No Comments