If the book was somewhere in the $20 price range, I'd probably pick one up myself. (Or at least bug the wife to get it for b-day or father's day.) Having the rules already collated for easy use is key to getting more of the designs played. If there is a pdf already out there with MANY designs in it, I'd be interested in knowing, but a book is nicer, I really like my Playing With Pyramids book would love others like it. -Jason On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 12:58 PM, David Artman <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > From: miyu <xmiyux@xxxxxxxxx> > > > As a slight side note, i would *love* to have another physical book of > > games. ...but I still prefer having a physical shiny book to hold > > > in hand and admire. It also lets me contribute (to some small degree) > > financially to the creation of indie book projects. > > > > Something like that is also something i could donate to our public library > > system to make it accessible to more people. > > *Ahem* You hear that, Josh (or Kristin or Andy)? That's three sales of > lost opportunity already, and counting.