Pandemic is a board game. One of our sons gave this to his brother for Christmas in 2018. I have played this game about ten times since then. It was timely that older son came over and played it with Snooks and me this past weekend. This is the best new game we have learned in many years. With current events to chew on, the discussion over the game was particularly lively.
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Been a while, but here goes….
No doubt some of you have seen this before, please hold your knowledge of the exact answer for a while or contact me via private text.... [Read More]
OK, here’s the drill…
You may or may not know what it is, those that do, sit back for a while and see others fumble at it. I am open to “private” guesses via messages….... [Read More]
NPR has a feature worth reading. It is an obituary of a plumber. He started his own company. He worked hard and his business grew. He ended up owning some property, which is how he became the landlord for the Nintendo office in Tukwila, Washington.
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One of the topics discussed in the Ratburger Audio Meet-up on 2018-10-30 was gambling. Blackjack was a part of this discussion and as I couldn’t very well share a scan in an Audio Meet-up, so I’m posting it here.
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I’ve been writing about virtual reality, simulated worlds, and the new forms of entertainment and education they will engender for thirty years. Other than Kerbal Space Program, which is more of a simulated world sandbox than a game (there is no specific goal and no conflict other than with the laws of nature), I have not played video games since the age of Pac-Man. As we approach the threshold of the Roaring Twenties, I thought it would be a good idea to check in and see the current state of the art and whether it justified the things people were saying about contemporary games being a new art form and interactive medium of fiction.... [Read More]