My 3 remaining are more challenging than the rest. Mainly because, while they seem to be effective and well thought out, they are also fFairly complex, Crystal Caverns and Crystal Wars being especially deep. I'm working at playing through them, though. Have no fFear! On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 6:51 AM, Bryan Stout <stoutwb@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Whew! I have finally finished all the games for the First Year Foundations > Class: Constructive Pastimes. This took longer than I thought it would. > Perhaps that's because I had to do a lot of game construction, and because I > wanted to give a thoughtful response to the students, even though most of > them may never look at them; but it may have been the same for any subset of > games I chose. I'll want to post a general response about those games as a > group, later on. That just leaves me Dectana, from the games I'd signed up > for. > > How is it going for the rest of you? We need to wrap this up soon: we want > to do a second pass on the games with other judges, and come up with a list > of finalists at least 2 weeks before Origins, which would be June 9. > > Thanks to Erik Wald for signing up for the remaining unclaimed games. > > Ryan, I could do RAMBots Factory if you want. I have all the necessary > components, except that I do not have 4 Volcano boards -- or even 1 of them > -- but I can draw them on paper, or use a 10x10 chess board I have. > > Does anyone else need any help? Is there anyone else who would like to help > with this first pass? (When the second pass starts I'll be asking for help > for that, too.) > > Regards, > Bryan\ > > > _______________________________________________ > Icehouse mailing list > Icehouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/icehouse > > -- A pizza with the radius 'z' and thickness 'a' has the volume pi*z*z*a.