Like me, the Lurker Above
is one of several silly creatures spawned from Dungeons & Dragons 1E:
Ray Bradbury in 'Zen and the Art of Writing' wrote:
I have never listened to anyone who criticized my taste in space travel, sideshows or gorillas. When this occurs, I pack up my dinosaurs and leave the room.
(Please embrace this quote if I've written something critical and insufficiently diplomatic about a game you love.)
I'm currently interested in traditional playing card games, thematic solitaire games, and mathematical games playable with children.
My contribution with the broadest potential appeal is the player aid for the trick-taking game, Ninety-Nine
. Martian Yavalath
is a variant I composed from two unrelated games.
15 minutes of BGG fame: Michael Schacht awarded my Egg
expansion first place in his Coloretto contest
. I've since decided that it plays better by allowing a peek at the draw before deciding whether to use the egg.