Prizes are typically either happy flowers (which I think are no longer being sold) or Promo Cards.
They're giving away flowers and fluxx with orders of $60 or more, so I'll probably give away flowers to the first person (or people if there's a tie) to complete the experiment...
And for a mini-experiment, you only need three games from the list of games to demo (and I suppose you could play other non-listed looney games, like some random icehouse game or something).
Just make sure you get all the paperwork/procedures done so you get your points (and print some rabbit cards in case you inspire people to go out and buy things).
On 10/28/06, Kimberly Terrill <kiter5@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The 'Person if Authority" at the store where I will be doing my demo is letting me borrow his Experiment Kit. (but I don't think he has all of- there is no Aquarius or Werewolves and no Fluxx- not sure if they are supposed to be in the kit he has).
I have 2 EcoFluxxes of my own and both Chrononauts an regular Fluxx- so between what he has in his kit and what I have, there is plenty to Demo.
I plan on focussing on just a few games, but am reading about IceTowers and the Pyramid Game book, and hope to be able to play a few more games if needed.
I want to look up the rules for Treehouse, to see if I can play it with the pyramids from the Ice Tower game.
So for a mini experiment, I'd need stickers for each of the games, so players can collect stickers for the games they play and then after 3 stickers, they would get a prize? like what kind of prize? No to decide if I want to do a mini experiment or just a general demo....
Looks like I have more reading up to do.
A friend has a labcoat she is letting me borrow (until I can find or make my own).
On 10/28/06, Seth Ruskin <rathorne@xxxxxxxxxxx
An experiment is a specific kind of event. Certain games, certain set up,
certain prizes. It seems the specifics for mini/little experiemts are being
revamped. And the Big Experiment is an event run by the Looneys at specific
A demo is any demonstraion of Looney Labs games. For example, I ran a series
of events at Ubercon recently where players got to play a variety of LL
games. In my free time, I did an open gaming style form of demonstrating LL
games. But I didn't follow the Experiment format (the old method of "play
three games for a prize" or whatever the new format will be). So my events
aka GnTar, the evil teddy bear rabbit
>From: "Kimberly Terrill" <
>What is the difference between running and experiment and running a demo?
>Are they the same thing, just a looney lab name?
>--Kimberly (my 1st Demo is Nove 10th!! )
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