Seems like we are getting a good response to meetings twice a month. Going to make the first Wednesday of the month a regular thing. That way people can plan.
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Great to see everyone tonight! I'll be leaving for Budapest next week and won't be back till Nov 1st so I'll see you after that.
0 · October 1
I found the link for the igda meeting. Looks like it's Tuesday, October 7th at 7pm. The meeting is being held at Joker's Bistro in Manchester. http://igdanh.org/october-meetup/
Play testing tonight was very helpful, but I think I'm going to need longer back and forth conversations to really move the game along. If anyone wants to help me by going over the rules, artwork or card names let me know. I was think I could share the instructions and a print n play copy using google drive.
If no one has done so by the time I arrive I'll pick up the pizza
1 · October 1
BTW: I'm pretty sure the Worth Lot is supposed to be under construction this week. I'm planning on just going to the garage.
It is, I parked there yesterday, you just can't park overnight. It is free :-)
I will be a little late to the shindig, but will be there. If anyone wants to pop-over to flatbreads at 6:30 to pickup pizza, I will have ordered it under the "Game Designers" name.
I'll be getting into town around 6:15ish this evening. I'm looking forward to catching up!
I'll be bringing wicked apples again. If we can squeeze in a few rounds it would be a big help.
Cannot make it this time, but look forward to meeting up with this group again sometime in the future!
0 · September 30
I'd be much obliged if I could get a quick play test in of my game. I want to try a tweaked version and see how it works.
1 · September 23
That's very exciting. I've been wanting to play it again. :)
1 · September 26
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