This is an auto-generated report from SuperFRED regarding an event that Chuck Durfee has submitted. http://rabbits.looneylabs.com/?RabbitUserID=tangentier ======== Title: StarFest 2007 Little Experimen Location: Denver, CO Date: April 20-21, 2007 StarFest 2007 was my first gig as a Demo Rabbit. I had a friend and experienced Demo Rabbit, Thor, at my side. We held two events. Friday night was a 2-hour "Are You a Werewolf?" marathon. From start to finish, there was a game in session. I got to moderate quite a few rounds. And, we even had enough people at one point that we needed to play two separate games for a while! Saturday afternoon was a Little Experiment proper. There were several folks who came Friday, as well as a few newcomers. I demoed a lot of different games: IceTowers, Zendo, Volcano, Chrononauts, and Aqaurius, and managed to give away several demo cards. Other Rabbits had Fluxx, Nanofictionary, and Are You a Werewolf? going. I think everybody left with a positive impression of Looney Labs. Perhaps the most memorable subject was a high school teacher who was well familiar with Fluxx and Treehouse and was looking for other ideas for her students. Several of our other test subjects were rather young, kindergarden-age perhaps. The Treehouse-set games worked best for this age group, although Aquarius did well too. For those of you thinking about doing it yourselves, I think Saturday could have had a better turnout in hindsight. The convention had a designation in the program for kid-friendly events, which we should have applied for. And, our room was down a hallway in which the convention's main draw (Leonard Nimoy) was signing autographs, which I'm certain made our event hard to get to. Overall, I heartily recommend the experience! It was fantastic to get to know some fellow gamers at the convention, and to play some familiar games against some new opponents.