i'm down for boardgames. videogames aren't my thang. I'll be around MLK weekend. that's my two cents.
I'm down for some board gameage. I'd be in favor of a weekly thing like tuesday nights or something where we can play a few of the shorter games or one of the more involved games like SG-1. Then maybe one saturday a month we can play some of the more involved games like Civilization. Matt you can borrow my table-flip shirt for those nights as a precursor to the rage quit. Lol we need to add a caption to the shirt: "The original rage quit." Maybe "DC Noob!" on the back haha
Cranium Sequence and Phase 10 are the others ones I can think of that we have at PMC.
I'm thinking of getting YDKJ for the 360 which should be a good addition to game night. The console version doesn't have any gibberish questions but it's still pretty fun.
By foolish games I assume you mean Apples to Apples Sequence and Phase 10. Basically the set of games where Rachel always wins.
I've always found Jewel to be pretty hot.
There's also the card game called Rachel Wins which I never really played but vaguely remember from freshman year. It involves a set of rules that are only remembered when convenient for rachel (for to win) hehe. <3
Jewel has some jacked up teeth but otherwise very hot.
p.s. - If anyone has a hankering for playing Risk now Landrule is pretty good. It's free and you can play with 1-10 players. You can set a shot clock of increments of 10 minutes up to 24 hours. You can enable notifications so you know when it's your turn. Unfortunately there's no contact/facebook integration but you can search for games by username. My username is brownmagic if you want to play.
You know who writes good poems? Jewel. Her teeth are crooked and she lived in a car so she has stuff to write about.
PMC also has Cootie which I couldn't remember the name of until I saw this headline: "Review: In "Devil Inside" Beelzebub is the new cooties".
I wouldn't mind playing some fives-up double 6 dominoes too. :)
taking ideas for ultimate RISK:
- in the beginning for each territory a game of civilization shall be played winner gets that terrritory
- every battle across water requires a game of battleship
- japan = samurai swords
arif and i had the inaugural game of civilization last night my russian commies vs his roman republicans ended with the commies getting off space flight ftw and a spite nuke for good measure i caught some breaks early and arif didn't but it's fun keeping track of every differnent thing going on took about 5 hours but the first 2 were figuring stuff out mostly it's actually not that diffucult to understand after the first two turns already plotting my next strategy...
house rule: i just decided if you're american and go republican you must refer to it as "strategery"