- Prompted by Greg's just-now-asked question of Dave...
This would be an interesting part of a gamer's profile...
What turns you off a game?
First answer that comes to me: advantage to players with good memories (this
is why I don't think I will ever love Samurai as much as Thru the Des)
What turns you on? (to a game, that is)
Doris (don't tell Frank!)
Goishwin, for some strange reason, although I think Bach would go better with
most Knizia games.
- AndAgainMA@... wrote:
>What turns you off a game?Too long. Too fidly (too many special rules). Games with a
trillion little itty-bitty cardboard counters. Players eliminated
or generally out of contention early.
(Please note - I know some people on this list love these types
of games above, but these are specific to my temperament with
>What turns you on? (to a game, that is)Elegant rules. Reasonably simple mechanics. Short play time.
High interaction. Nice components. In two words - "German
Games". Also enjoy classic abstract games and card games
>Gaming music?I don't listen to music when playing. I find the game table
atmosphere wonderful in itself. Sometimes when I play 2P games
with Jenn, I'll put on Pink Floyd - lots of long melodies without
too many words to concentrate on...
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