Anyone have ideas for playing some of these games that require unmatched sets? My club owns like 12 sets of Treehouse pieces but they are all Rainbow - no Xeno. Any ideas? -Ryan On Nov 7, 2007 3:06 PM, David Artman <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi, all; > > A flash of inspiration, a bit of whimsy, some noodling; and I have come > up with... > Chicken Run > (http://icehousegames.org/wiki/index.php?title=Chicken_Run) > > Two families, a brace of chickens, unruly spectators on the sidelines: > you've got a mad-cap game for two players using two unmatched Treehouse > sets (Rainbow and Xeno) and a 5x9 board. Which family will be first to > round up two chickens? How many spectators (and opposing family > members!) will be trampled in the process? > > Find out for yourself! > > (Note: I'd really like some help with the diction of some of the > rules--anywhere it seems "stiff" or awkward or hard to follow. It's one > of those games that takes a minute to explain when you have pieces in > front of you, but somehow takes two or three pages to spell out > exactingly. I may also be going a bit overboard with the "technical > writing" tone and maybe I could dial it back to a more > conversational--if longer-winded--diction. Or maybe I need a table of > some kind, in particular with regards to legal versus illegal movement > of pieces?) > > Thanks! > David > > _______________________________________________ > Icehouse mailing list > Icehouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/icehouse > -- Ora, lege, lege, lege, relege, labora et invenies.