I agree with everyone else that SDG is *the* place
to learn and play Homeworlds (if you can't find F2F opponents).
But also check out Pikemen, Blam!,
Martian Chess, Subdivision, Penguin Soccer, Volcano, Branches and Twigs and
Thorns, Sprawl (and any other Icehouse games I'm forgetting) while you're
(nycavri if you want to challenge me to any of the
above . . .)
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Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 3:38
Subject: Re: [Icehouse] Poll: How Do You
I had luck having some folks on Super Duper Games teach
me. I actually started by getting another total rookie to join a game
with me and we hashed out details from they. Being forced to learn
how issue the commands on the site and such went a long way towards
puzzling out the game.
Don Sheldon was also an enormous help to
Ora, lege, lege, lege, relege, labora et
On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 2:57 PM, Christopher Hickman
Does anybody in Richmond understand how
to play this. I've read the rules a few times and haven't grokked it.
Maybe the next time I'm in the DC metro I'll just call the Emperor
himself and challenge him to a game. He'll be unable to resist!
On Mar 5, 2009, at 2:40 PM, Andy Looney wrote:
have two tubes, alternate stacked so they all fit, with the
* 3 nest of 'mids for Binary Homeworlds. Sometimes
put these in a jacket pocket when I'm going somewhere
that I might
find an opponent (but usually it's only a silly,
Dude, you are *SO* talking my