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Hugues Paradis
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Now, this idea may seem strange but I just purchased some modeling clay (playdought style) and I would like to use it to play a small basic miniature game.

Ideally, something similar to brickwar but that would be more adaptated to the nature of clay. I was hoping someone would have something to suggest.
 
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Bruce Padget
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Clay-O-Rama should fit the bill. Mad fun.
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Kent Reuber
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Oooo. When you eliminate an enemy unit, do you get to pound it flat. That would be cool! "Well, he certainly didn't fight very well. SLAPPP!!!"
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Bruce Padget
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I last ran Clay-O-Rama at a little con about 20 years ago. It was so raucous that the neighboring Paranoia table found it necessary to "shush" us.
 
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Greg Aleknevicus
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Issue 52 of The Space Gamer magazine had an article called "Ogre Squash" that was more-or-less a version of Ogre in which you modeled the tanks with clay and then... squashed them as they took damage.
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