Very cool. I submitted Zark City the BGG database. Should show up within the week. -Jason On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 1:04 PM, Kristin <kristin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > a link for anyone who missed Andy's update this week: > <http://wunderland.com/WhatsOld/2008/WN.02.21.08.html> > > --On Feb 25, 2008 Carl Worth <cworth@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > First of all, Andy, thanks for Zark City! > > > > My wife gave me Lost Cities in December, and we've been playing an > > awful lot of it, (and enjoying it very much). But I'm a big pyramid > > fan and always looking for excuses to pull out the pyramids, (she > > loves Zendo, but we don't find that satisfying with just two players). > > > > Meanwhile, the oversized cards of Lost Cities have always seemed > > rather gratuitous, but Zark City looks like it will take great > > advantage of them. So I'm definitely looking forward to playing this > > game soon. > > > > One quick clarification on the rules: Is it legal to attack a piece of > > your own color, (to be able to remove it from the board and then > > grow or spawn it somewhere else?). > > > > The rule as written doesn't specifically forbid this, so I assume it's > > legal and perhaps an important element of gameplay, (presumably the > > stash gets scarce fairly quickly). If this is intentional, the rules > > might benefit from additional language to say so explicitly. And if > > that's not intentional, then the rules definitely need to be amended > > to forbid that.