Two comp results were announced since our last meetup. "The Price of Freedom: Innocence Lost" won first prize in the Spring Thing. We played some entries last time, but not that one, so we might try that. http://chooseyourstory.com/story/the-price-of-freedom~3a-innocence-lost
In addition, there was a rather large "mini-comp" this month, ShuffleComp. Ten games based on songs (randomly assigned) were awarded commendations. We can try some of them!
We can also try Neighbourhood Necromancer from Choice of Games. Command the undead to take revenge on the suburbs! Everyone at school laughed at you, but no one will laugh when your minions seize control of the town. https://www.choiceofgames.com/neighbourhood-necromancer/
Or bring your own stuff! If you bring something, especially something you're working on, we'll probably play it.
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Thanks for the meeting ! I've been working on animation to incorporate into my novel "Twilight of the Star Vampires." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZQOC-d5Tqg
0 · June 19
Dan, thanks for organizing the meetup, providing pizza, and figuring out the HRE puzzles. I had a great time, as always.
0 · June 8
We wound up playing: Mirrorwife, by Virgil Caine (Yoon Ha Lee)Monkey and Bear, by the opposite of sublimation (Carolyn VanEseltine)HOLY ROBOT EMPIRE, by Ralph Gide (Caleb Wilson)
0 · June 7
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