Thursday, January 18, 2007

Session Report, in which I compare Netrunner to an old-time war game

The latest Jerusalem Strategy Gaming Club session report is up here. Games played: The Menorah Game x 2, Yinsh, Children of Fire: the Board Game, Amun-Re, Caylus, Netrunner, Magic: the Gathering, Puerto Rico.

We try some tile adaptations to the Menorah Game and they don't work so well for us.

I get more bored of Caylus, and more excited about Netrunner.

My nomination for the Jewish/Israeli Blogging awards was accepted.

Aeropause suggests that more family board games should be moved to the XBox.

For $12,000/night, you can rent your own private island in the Maldives and a private yacht, too. And the amenities include: "a small personal gym, state of the art karaoke system, billiards, volleyball, satellite TV, a selection of films and a host of board games."

Ah, but they don't say which board games. So forget it.


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