Geek Chat League Gelato 54 - Lottery Winners on Acid
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Lottery Winners on Acid


“Don't tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money and I'll tell you what they are.” - James W. Frick


You've just matched all six numbers and hit the big one; the jackpot of the major lottery of your state, country, continent. After the champagne corks have settled, the cops have shut off the music, and anyone who might be able to press charges has been bought off, what then?

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1. Board Game: Dream House TV Home Game [Average Rating:5.50 Unranked]
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"I play to win, as much or more than any egoist who thinks he's going to win by other means. I want to win the match. But I don't give in to tactical reasoning as the only way to win, rather I believe that efficacy is not divorced from beauty."
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You don't have to worry about money for the rest of your life. You can just sit at home and read your National Geographic library in your pants if you like. Seen as you're going to be spending a lot of time around the house;

Where would your dream home be?

and

What ludicrous Nouveau Riche feature would you have installed in your new castle?
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2. Board Game: The Thing [Average Rating:7.08 Overall Rank:4087]
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Ok, the house is ready, and at the prices you were paying those contractors you can live free of leaking gutters for at least 6 months.

Now you can indulge yourself with that one thing you've always wanted.

Pick one single object (that can be purchased). It could be a car, a painting, a shrunken human head etc. What do you choose and why?
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3. Board Game: Verrücktes Jahr [Average Rating:6.75 Unranked]
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A couple of weeks after playing with your new toy, you're already bored. You decide to go on a year-long dream vacation to all the places you've ever wanted to see, travelling in any style you wish.

Where would you go, what would you do, and how would you travel?

Would you take a manservant hunting Yaks in Tibet, or backpack across South America?

You can only take one year though, you have an important charity golf tournament to be back for.
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4. Board Game: The Patrons of Venice [Average Rating:6.72 Overall Rank:9083]
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Back from your Grand Tour with a freshly broadened mind you decide that three seasons of Deadwood just isn't enough, and it's time to become a patron of the arts, bribing David Milch to get back to work.

Or perhaps you want to bring the famed belly-button guitarists of Tibet to international attention.

Imagine a massive creative kickstarter where you are the only backer; what do you want to sponsor?

(You can't say; "Star Wars prequels that don't suck", because everyone wants those.)
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5. Board Game: Urban Sprawl [Average Rating:6.77 Overall Rank:1304]
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Now that immigration officials have been greased to get visas for the 'Fat-Yak Belly Button Guitar Boys', you'll need a venue suitable for their inimitable talents. Rather than just a burlap circus tent, you decide to make a gesture of philanthropy and construct and donate a building to the city of your choice.

So what's it to be? Will you build a new hospital, a school, a library, the 'Andrew J. Laws Memorial Lazertag Hall'?

What would you bequeath, and to which city?
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6. Board Game: Last Will [Average Rating:7.23 Overall Rank:342] [Average Rating:7.23 Unranked]
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"There are no pockets in a shroud" - My Dad

You've already taken care of you and yours and rather than be a toxic blight on their lives, driving them to drink and drugs and bad manners, the money you lavished on them has actually set them on the road to contentment.

To Whom do you leave what's left? (no friends,no family allowed).
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7. Board Game: Pax Porfiriana [Average Rating:7.69 Overall Rank:380]
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This is the week that was:
Spot It! 4
Pax Porfiriana 3
Ticket to Ride 2
Zombie Fluxx 2
Carcassonne: Hunters and Gatherers 1
Eat Poop You Cat 1
Fleet 1
London 1
Operation 1
Power Grid 1

A fine gaming week this week, starting last Sunday with a round of Eat Poop You Cat at the dim sum place we went for lunch after visiting the beautiful Van Dusen botanical gardens, to playing Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers with the family and having my daughter win big at the end with a hut on the river system for 19 fish points.

Thursday saw the gaming gang play Power Grid on the German map, followed by two games of Zombie Fluxx - the game we play about once a year whether we need to or not (sigh).

Friday saw some bonus gaming as my family went to the Storm Crow for dinner and we played some Spot It (best filler game ever) and they also had Operation: The Star Wars edition on the shelf, so we played a round of that while waiting for our appetizers. As it happened, two of our friends arrived who were out for dinner and board games, so they came back to our place and I taught them to play Fleet and then we had a game of London.

And last, but certainly not least, last night I went to my friend Jeff's house and we played three games of Pax Porfiriana, so that we could learn it well enough to teach the Thursday night gang.

Wow, what a great game.

For an Eklund game, the game is remarkably straightforward. This is not to say that it's simple in any way shape or form. There's a lot going on, a lot to keep track of, and a lot to think about.

Also, the rules suffer from being not as concise and to the point as they ought to be. The glossary is a must, and it would have been really useful to have the card summaries on a handout rather than on the side of the box.

But once we got into the flow of it, it started to click, and in our third game, we were really playing the game and not just buying cards and pulling the levers and seeing what would happen - we made actual serious decisions about how to win. It was grand.

I liked it enough that I'm going to buy one of these that someone's getting made in a batch:



In PBEM world:
- 4 games of Here I Stand, all in wobbly states as the ACTS messaging outage seems to have taken out a lot of the impetus/momentum to play
- just today started a game of Twilight Struggle on the ACTS ladder
- my game of UKC with Jon (welcome back) is going strong
- the new game of Conquest of Paradise with Dan and another BGGer is going well. We're all on the west coast which helps.
- my Quebec 1759 game is moving quickly; we just did turn 4 and my Brits are in Cap Rouge which is going to start draining away French militia units, softening them up for my movement of troops to assault Quebec City
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8. Board Game: Chaos in the Old World [Average Rating:7.67 Overall Rank:93]
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We had game night on Saturday. I set up Chaos in the Old World with the Chaos in the Old World: The Horned Rat Expansion, as we were five players. I drew Khorne, the Blood God - pretty forward to play: kill, kill, kill (simple, but efficient). But the victor of the game was Tzeentch, who managed to spread his corruption all over the northern lands.

Then we played Galactic Emperor - a kind of Space Puerto Rico, in fact a 4X game playable in one and a half hour. After all the necessary exploration, settling, political threads and bickering, we finally sent out our fleets to battle for the galaxy and the throne; unfortunately my ships didn't do so well and I only came in third place.

Then we had a Pizza break on the patio.

D-Day Dice (using D-Day Dice: Atlantikwall to incorporate the fifth German player) was next, and we played Scenario N-05 twice. I was with the Allies and we failed twice to kill the Germans in that dreaded bunker on the beach. Sustaining horrible MG fire, our troops died on the way up there.

After all that Ameritrash, my fellow players demanded a more Euro-style game and called for Taj Mahal. While old, I still consider this a very good game.

We ended the evening with a little dice rolling using Las Vegas at 2 in the morning.

Next game night is in two weeks and we already agreed on playing Axis & Allies: WWI 1914. I'm looking forward to that.

Also there was a little family gaming with Line Dice (a new acquisition, but meh ...) and three games of Catan Dice Game (my wife loves that game).

Yesterday I managed to finalize the assembling of my copy of Down in Flames: WWI and Down in Flames: WWI – Bombers. Now I only need to play it meeple
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9. Board Game: Thunderbolt Apache Leader [Average Rating:8.13 Overall Rank:726] [Average Rating:8.13 Unranked]
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I have finished gluing the counters and reading the rules of this game. Waiting for Mrs_z to do the same and we will be ready to do our "side-by-side" solitaire game session. I will probably play alone a few days of an easy scenario to get the hang of it, then we'll tackle something more "serious".

Also on the plate this week (our annual local 3-day wargame convention starts on Firday), doing the extra 3-D terrain peices for this expansion. I plan to do many demo games:

Commands & Colors: Napoleonics Expansion #2 – The Russian Army



And I'll have to find a way to put in one of my cars all the games I want to give away during the week-end... Argh... blush


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10. Board Game: World in Flames [Average Rating:7.52 Overall Rank:966] [Average Rating:7.52 Unranked]
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Are my entries a bit repetitive? When you are engaged in long games, it gets that way.

Anyway, two WIF sessions this weekend. In our FTF game on Saturday, the US, CW, and France forced Italy into incomplete conquest. The Soviets made some progress in Manchuria. The Germans fell back in the East. Latest session report (Sep/Oct '44) here: Arlington in Flames 24: Italy Falls; W. Allies Invade Germany.

In our vassal/skype WIF game, we did the process to set up Vichy France, and then played Jan/Feb '41. The Japanese captured Kwei-Yang. Then, ironically just a couple of hours after I was telling the Allied players how in our FTF game the Chinese failed to defend Kunming (so. China), which was taken by a coup de main when the Japanese sailed troops directly into Hanoi in French Indochina (an option allowed when France is Vichified) and marched into Kunming before the Chinese could respond, I had the Japanese sail troops directly into Hanoi in French Indochina and march into Kunming before the Chinese could respond. The Germans meanwhile are sending troops to Poland - and the Soviets have begun to withdraw from the front, meaning they aren't going to try to prevent me from being able to declare war. And the Italians are massing on the Yugoslavian border.

My PBEM Angola game continued, too, as did my Pax Romana PBEM.
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11. Board Game: The New Era [Average Rating:7.59 Overall Rank:817] [Average Rating:7.59 Unranked]
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The Week that Was....


The Worthy Gamers are getting back on track, and we played 51st State combined with The New Era. We played with 5, and it was apparent that that is not ideal, but we all had fun, the scores were close, and we all enjoyed ourselves. I really like this game, and I want to play again soon. I suspect 2 - 3 is the ideal number for this game.

I am finally picking back up my online gaming, and getting some wargaming back going. I was missing it too much.

Advanced Squad Leader -- Playing Death Throes (for the EASL leageu)from the upcoming BFP Poland in Flames scenario pack. Very early, but it looks to be quick. The dice have been mean to each of us already.

Case Blue -- started another PBEM learning game. I WILL learn this game. Actually, I know the rough basics, but this game's tactics are so wide-open, it is daunting.

Kingdom of Heaven: The Crusader States 1097-1291 -- starting this up with my old wargaming partner. I have played this once before, and I really like its seige mechanics. Sieges are actually interesting for once.

Game Acquisitions:

Quarriors! Rise of the Demons
Space Hulk: Death Angel – The Card Game

Received these in trade for Monsters Menace America--the only game I know of that I read the rules, and after that had no desire to ever play the game. I didn't really want Space Hulk: Death Angel – The Card Game, but I had to get something in addition to the Quarriors expansion.

And From the Grave, a Warhammer RPG POD product. Someday I will play this fine RPG again. Someday.
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12. Board Game: The Seven Days of 1809 [Average Rating:7.59 Overall Rank:5047]
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Hey team.

Sadly, no games to report from last week. Cati and I very nearly set up a game of 1825 but my work, but my work schedule swamped me. Then I spent the weekend in Baton Rouge arguing about the British Empire and eating piles of crayfish (yum!).

When I got back to Austin though I stumbled into two games (1809 and Clans) in a dusty old hobby shop that I hadn't known existed. They were just sitting in a bargain bin for next to nothing. I got the go-ahead from Cati and went ahead and snapped them up! I'm looking forward to trying them out this week. My schedule has opened up in a big way. Cati and I are even hoping to have some folks over tonight for some lighter games.

In game design news:
1. Now that Phil has finished High Frontier Colonization, he's looking at my Pax Renaissance rules and I think he likes the direction they are going. I'm looking forward to the next stage of the process.

2. While driving back from Baton Rouge I started thinking about a spy network game loosly based on the Great Game. I'll have to try some things out this weekend.
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13. Board Game: Space Hulk: Death Angel – The Card Game [Average Rating:6.99 Overall Rank:536]
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Games:
The great Mailrace of Austerlitz x1
Uno x2
Mondo x1/3 abandoned it after one round. Daughter didn't enjoy it.
Fading Glory x1 Soloed the full Salamanca scenario.
Space Hulk: Death Angel x1 First sologame with 6 Marines

Salamanca from Fading Glory saw the French divide their forces with one part defending their own objective hex and the other part going for Salamanca and the Allied LOC hexes. A short while after it ended in a British win.

Space Hulk: Death Angel was a fun game and I won my first game with 3 Marines remaining. And this game is supposed to be hard.whistle Luckily I made some crucial mistakes that made it ALOT easier. Awarded Support tokens based on number of Marines per team and not 1 per team, and allowed SUpport tokens to be spent defensively when attacked from behind. Pretty certain my last 3 Marines would have gotten slain without these mistakes.

Vassal: Hiatus this week.

Life: Not much.

Trades: After realising that tactical scale WWII isn't my thing I decided to trade away Combat Commander: Pacific for 6 Wings of War miniatures and Wings of War: Watch your Back.

Upon further talking to my tradepartner I realised he was a new convert to the wargame school and had 12 year old sons which also expressed strong interest in WWII tactical games. So I decided to trade more and Ambush got traded with Space Hulk: Death Angel and two expansions. I read the rules for Ambush and realised this was too tactical for me, so I decided to pass it on to someone that expressed a huge joy about the prospect of Ambush. Ania said to me as I picked up some of the games at her place: If you don't play them, pass them on! and I decided that was the correct thing to do. I also included Firepower, pnp edition of Unconditional Surrender: Case Blue, a bunch of ATO postcard games and some other wargamegoodies I had in the house. My tradepartner was extremely happy to get these items and his sons begged him to set up some games on the day they arrived.

My daughter was also happy to have some planes to fly around.

I'm happy with the trade, and my tradepartner was happy and I'm pretty certain the games will help him have a good wargaming time with his sons.

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14. Board Game: Little Wars [Average Rating:6.99 Overall Rank:7797]
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To celebrate Cinco de Mayo...




...the battle of Puebla, May 5th 1862
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