The other thing to note about the voting system in
place here, is that it allows partial ballots, apparently without discriminating
against games left off an individual ballot. So there is nothing stopping
each student from ranking the games he *has* played by the end of the week . .
Food for thought.
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Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2007 1:58
Subject: Re: [Icehouse] Re: wwNEWS - Twin
Win at HersheyPark
Well if the deadline is the 17th we may not be able to meet
that to submit votes. Setup, cleanup, and only one 50 minute block of
time each day means each group today played one of the games. The
Geomancy group I'm not sure even got a game in because they kept hounding me
with rules questions.
I'd be happy to share stories and impressions
with the list each day as the kids play the games as long as you don't think
it would tread a line of coloring the voting process for anyone on the
list. As a teaser though, I will say that when asked to take notes on
the games one group who played one game in particular only wrote that it was
"Unbelievably fun. Much better than Treehouse" They then tried to argue
with me why they should be allowed to just play that one game all week rather
than try the other titles. :lol: That group consisted of kids who have
never come to my after school board game club but they insist they will be
coming today after school if I will let them play some more of that particular
It is a teaser because I'm not naming the game unless one of the
Masters of judging says it is ok.
Ora, lege, lege, lege, relege, labora et