Looney Labs Rabbits Mailing list Archive

Re: [Rabbits] Running a Demo

  • From"Steven R. Black II" <srblack1167@xxxxxxxxx>
  • DateMon, 4 Sep 2006 12:36:08 -0700 (PDT)
Do a Mini Expiriment.

However, some Rabbits have done the following:
Give out micro catalogues (or the Little Expiriment badge), and invite
them to come back another time to learn the other games.

This will give you the opportunity to: 1) have more Expiriments,
2) have players learn more games each expiriment, 3) get other players
involved in teaching players games they have stickers for already.

It'd be a Mini Expiriment only because it takes about 12 hours for
one person to demo 9 games and play them all the way through. If you
use Family Fluxx instead of Fluxx, Just Deserts instead of Chrononauts,
and Treehouse instead of Icehouse, and Volcano instead of Zendo, you
might be able to run through 9 games in 5 hours. At least, that's been
my experience - though I've only run at conventions.


--- MacKenzie Stuart <prismatism@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I popped over to my friendly neighborhood gaming store (Games of
> Berkeley, if any of you are local) and talked to the event
> coordinator
> about running a demo. She's excited about the idea, so we'll start
> planning once her schedule calms down a little bit.
> Looking through the Demo Rabbit materials, I feel like I'm stuck in
> between Mini and Little Experiment. I'm on my own for the planning,
> so
> a Little Experiment is out. At the same time, I'm hosting at a local
> gaming store, which seems a tad out of the scope of a Mini
> Experiment.
> Thoughts?
> Beyond that, I was wondering if any of you had demoed Treehouse and
> how that had gone. There aren't stickers for it yet - what do I do?
> It
> feels like all the Rabbit materials are a bit out of date and I'm
> hoping to get some more current advice from Rabbits who are currently
> out there multiplying.
> Thanks for helping a newly upgraded Demo Rabbit (Blabbing was so much
> easier!) get her feet wet.
> MacKenzie
> Berkeley, California
> _______________________________________________
> Rabbits mailing list
> Rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/rabbits

Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam?  Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around