11940Re: [Unity_Games] June Top 10 Games....Including Fan Letters
- Jul 1, 2002At 12:52 PM 7/1/02 -0700, Craig Massey wrote:
>Just so everyone has the opportunity to get the same enjoyment we have, you
>Mr. Moron is looking for simple and it just so happens
>that I have the perfect solution. Try Mause Ralleye.
should all know that we play a) with one mouse apiece instead of three; you
play the cat as soon as your first (and only) mouse takes a dive, and b) we
also now play without putting the cheese cup in the center of the board,
making for a huge hole in the middle and a much more pussy-friendly game
(which is a good thing).
>I'm recommending Wallenstein again. I'm enjoying thisTrue, true. But he was a mental case before he played Wallenstein.
>more each time I play it. Anyone who doesn't like
>this is a mental case.
>Two games spring to mind - Ra and Web of Power.OK, Ra still sucks with more than 3 players but it's OK with 3 (but, with
3, why would you play Ra when you could play Wer Hat Mehr?/Where's Bob's
Hat? or Schnaeppchen Jagd?). WoP is still great and the 2-player expansion
worked very well (Hint: cloisters = good, diplomats = not so good).
>Your in luck. You can now get a classic gamingYou're so easily satisfied. With my abysmal card drawing luck even Jenn
>experience at a fraction of the price by buying Santa
>Fe Rails. This is a reissue of an older game of
>Alan's - Santa Fe. This one has been updated by GMT
>games. I've had the chance to play it twice now and
>in addition to enjoying it, I've discovered that I own
>Pitt in this game. Good times.
could own me in this game! (OK, Jenn could own me for a song anyway but
that's not the point...) GMT did a nice job with the game and it surely is
a classic but color me blue, as in Clippers blue-on-blue. I'll take the
game without the luck, thank you very much.
>Reel Schpeel is more of a true trivia game, but oneI can't believe I hadn't tried it either, especially since the designer
>that is very accessible, especially for fans of the
>silver screen. It has a charades element that keeps
>it a lot of fun. This is an older game that as a
>movie fan, I should have tried much sooner.
(Mary Couzin) is a friend and a dynamo in support of independent designers.
More info here: http://www.moviegame.com/
>People Magazine Game (Pitt can confirm the title)I was prepared not to like it given that I don't care for People Magazine.
However, I think it plays very well, has one really innovative mechanic,
and a cool and innovative timer. Patch Products (TriBond, Malarky, Talkin'
Tango, Three For All) succeeds again. The game should be available soon.
More info here: http://www.patchproducts.com/Catalog/peoplegm.HTM
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