Board Game Reviews S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 5281 0
I have the pleasure of doing the toss to Mr. Barnes' most recent article on game shark --> The Future of Gaming Well worth the price of admission. S.
The Optimal Life Hot
Analysis S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 5805 0
"No one acts irrationally from their own perspective." -- Jack Edwards
Analysis S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 6819 0
"It's more fun when you can just make shit up because it seems like a good idea and then test out the idea rather than working step by step through some painful proof."
Member Blogs S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 5175 0
This is what I'm working on for Rush 'n Crush. I'm thinking that the game is too zoomy and not enough bruisy. It talks a good game but there's no chance to react to someone, to stick 'em as that cross in front of you. I'm trying to decide if impulse movement will improve things. Step 1 -- you all move together. Speeds range from 4 to 16 and depending on the speed you're in you move on different impulses. But you're all moving at once...
Analysis S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 4955 0
"This has been a great." "You like the way the game plays?" "This thing? Nah. It's crap. But this may be the best Scotch I've had in a year . . . can we do this again next week?"
Member Blogs S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 3434 0
So on October 31st, 1985 I sat down to a game of Dune playing the Fremen. I like the Fremen because they just keep piling onto the board turn after turn. But that's not why I remember this game in particular; I don't even remember if I won. The reason I remember is far more basic, more primal.
The L-Word Hot
Analysis S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 11502 0
Hi. It's me again -- that guy that complains about worker placement and drones on and on about how important "unpredictability" is in board games and why it matters to me. I'd like to spend a moment focusing on that last one yet one more time. Now, I am well aware that most of you are tired of the subject, but since I'm the one with the keyboard and you're the one with the monitor I'm going to pretend for just a moment that this is all about me and that I...
Analysis S Sagrilarus Updated February 07, 2015 31284 0
"Running will only postpone your traitorous death." Paul's voice was low, damn near cold-blooded. All around him the others were arguing and yelling at each other in a fevered pitch as their plans for overthrow fell apart, but Paul was under control and all about business. Though his comment was not directed at me, I made a mental note to never ever cross this guy in real life.
Member Blogs S Sagrilarus Updated January 28, 2015 2770 0
Last night my wife ran up to me with this shell, which obviously has an image of Jesus on the left-hand side. My wife thought it looked like a Bernese Mountain Dog, but if you ask me the resemblance to Christ is simply uncanny, in a very real and financially viable way. I have him out on the deck if anyone has any questions for him. Sag.