Why don't those of us who are interested in doing Looney Labs demos
meet up in Alcott (one of the open gaming rooms) at, say, 5:00 PM on
Friday. I will hopefully have our official demos scheduled by then,
and we can meet and figure out what we want to do about casual
gaming, other demos, and who can show up to which demos then.
On Jan 12, 2006, at 8:38 PM, Joshua Kronengold wrote:
Tricky, given what they did with the ballroom this year, yes.
Why, *snark* they couldn't even hold a ball there *snark*.
What did they do the ballroom this year?
Giant Icehouse demo be a masquerade halftime event, but I think I'm a
little too stage-shy to pull that off on my own, and am not sure it
would really be the right venue; what do you think?
I don't think so. It's too participatory, not enough
Yeah, that was what I was thinking.
As far as the card games go, I have Fluxx, Eco-Fluxx, NanoFictionary
(which I actually haven't played yet), and Aquarius. I mentioned
Chrononauts in the event description, and then realized that I left
it at home, so if someone else can bring it, that would be great;
otherwise, I guess I'll just buy another copy from one of the
vendors, if they're open yet.
I've also got Just Deserts with me, actually, since it stayed in my
Black Looney Bag when I dumped several non-loony games in on my way
out the door today.
Oh, cool, I'd like to try playing that. You also mentioned a game of
Icehouse, which I'd like to try out, too. I've played it once before,
but only as a two-player game, which didn't really work so well. If
we can find some more people, I'd like to try playing it as it was
meant to be played.
(BTW, I'd appreciate if you'd CC me if you can, since I don't forward
rabbits posts to the phone).