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  • Founder.
    Dec 5, 2008
      Imperial RoboRally. You buy shares in these robots and then ...


      --- In lbgc@..., "Founder." <bobroscow@...> wrote:
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      > Great fun.
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      > How about Bang!-Cluedo. A fairly easy game. You all shoot each
      > other and then have to deduce who shot who, with only the evidence
      of
      > seeing it happen to go on.
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      > Slightly harder: Cluedo-Bang! You have to deduce who shot who,
      and
      > THEN do the shooting.
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      > --- In lbgc@..., David Bullions <davebullions@>
      > wrote:
      > >
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      > > How about "Team Robo-Tycoon". An amalgamation of Team RoboRally &
      > Railroad Tycoon. Run your routes in Railroad Tycoon but the actual
      > route has to be pre-programmed. Any trains ending up on the same
      > track fire lasers at each other. Any wrecked trains have a scrap
      > value if they can be successfully delivered to a city with a demand
      > for that type of robot - oops, I meant train, of course.
      > >
      > > To: lbgc@...
      > > From: vedantananda@
      > > Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2008 10:42:19 +0000
      > > Subject: [lbgc] Mixing game titles
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      > > I like Tomas' Warrior Kings idea. How about we have a
      > competition for the funniest amalgamated game idea.
      > > How about Struggle of Warrior Things? The game is played on a
      > randomised hex board and all other components are put into a bag.
      > Players take turns picking things out in the hope they will
      actually
      > be useful.
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      > > --- In lbgc@..., "Tomas Pajonk" <tom@> wrote:
      > > >
      > > > Hello,
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      > > > I'd like to give Warrior Kings a try. I have the 2nd edition,
      but
      > not here
      > > > with me. Playing imperial or struggle of empires would be
      really
      > nice as
      > > > well.
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      > > > From: lbgc@... [mailto:lbgc@...] On
      > Behalf Of
      > > > David Bullions
      > > > Sent: 05 December 2008 09:24
      > > > To: George Young
      > > > Subject: [Spam] [Spam] RE: [lbgc] Re: What really old game
      would
      > you enjoy a
      > > > nostalgic game of at our place?
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      > > > I 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.
      > > >
      > > > _____
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      > > > To: lbgc@...
      > > > From: vedantananda@
      > > > 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?
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      > > > I have Warrior Knights and Kings and Things. I'd play either if
      > others were
      > > > interested.
      > > >
      > > > --- In lbgc@..., "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
      > > > > Colditz.
      > > > >
      > > > > 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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