541RE: [lbgc] Re: What really old game would you enjoy a nostalgic game of at our place?
- 5 Dec 01:24I would also be interested in any of the games mentioned. I also own Warrior Knights & Kings and Things, but they are probably buried deep in my cupboard. I would be willing to play your copies, Neil.
I have played Kingmaker, Totopoly & Escape from Colditz. I love all of those. Also I haven't played Diplomacy or Hare & Tortoise for a while.
And I must get around to playing Imperial again.
Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2008 08:24:47 +0000
Subject: [lbgc] Re: What really old game would you enjoy a nostalgic game of at our place?
I have Warrior Knights and Kings and Things. I'd play either if others were interested.
--- In lbgc@yahoogroups. co.uk, "Founder." <bobroscow@.. .> wrote:
> Games have moved on, and the boardgames of the last 10 years are better-
> designed or better-play than the old games. BUT. Playing one of the
> old (childhood/teenage/ student) games might hold a certain nostalgic
> charm as a one-off, even if it has its faults? Before we consign them
> forever to history?
> Me, I'd nominate Kingmaker (flawed and overtaken, but nostalgic), and
> Escape From Colditz, and Totopoly (the actual race-mechanic is quite
> clever!). I have Kingmaker and Totopoly myself, but not Escape From
> Which old ones do YOU have and would like to play one last time, if
> only for nostalgia?! And do you have a copy?
> This post was partly just to intro a topic insteads of all of the
> recent posts being about TeamRoboRally updates. Hey, we must also play
> Perikles and Imperial again soon, since they are good and also lead to
> update-posts on THEM to intersperse between updates on TeamRR games and
> league. Er, one of which follows ...
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