I, Dumbname, do hereby present to you, the faithful BGG Readers, variants for The Crazy Cat Lady Game.
This is going to be The Next Big Game in 2010, so, prepare now!! Be the life of the party when someone suggests The Crazy Cat Lady Game and you have Five brilliant variants to increase the fun!!!
The Crazy Cat Lady Drinking Game
To play The Crazy Cat Lady Drinking Game, you'll need four items and four friends. The four items: The Crazy Cat Lady Game, one large (or x-large) pizza, one bottle of 151 or other suitably high-proof alcohol, and one shot glass. You can guess the rest. It's not a very GOOD variant, but a variant nonetheless.
The Crazy Dog Lady
In this variant, you purchase a bag of small plastic dogs, and scribble out every instance of the word Cat and write in the word Dog. FUN AND EXCITING! COMPLETELY NEW GAMEPLAY!!
The Rational Feline Afficianado
To play this variant, you can only gain one or more cats if you can provide a mathematical equation that results in the number of cats you are set to gain. These equations need to be written on a piece of paper, and no equation can be repeated. Simple tricks, such as adding and subtracting a number, are completely forbidden and cause the attempting player to automatically forfeit and lose the game.
Descent: Journeys into the Crazy Cat Lady's House
Do not use the spinner. Select four heroes from Descent and place them at the start. Roll the yellow and green dice and move forward on the map as many spaces as the Descent "Range" numbers indicate. At each location, roll one power die -- if you roll a Surge, you gain a cat, regardless of what the location indicator ... indicates. Any time two players share a space, the players may team up and roll two power dice each (see the Surge note above), or they may duel to the death. For this, each player rolls two power dice, where each damage dealt removes one cat from the opposing player. When a player is reduced to zero cats, he is killed and loses the game.
The Crazy Schroedinger Cat Lady Game
Whenever you are told to take a cat, you must verify that it is alive. Spin the spinner -- even numbers mean the cat is alive or dead, and odd numbers mean the cat is dead or alive.
And there you have it!