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Re: [boardgames-316] New Meetup: Rio Grande Games Design: finals week day 4

From: L
Sent on: Friday, October 9, 2009 5:04 PM
Mike, This is the 4th reminder in under 30 minutes.  Liliane

--- On Fri, 10/9/09, Mike Tangedal <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Mike Tangedal <[address removed]>
Subject: [boardgames-316] New Meetup: Rio Grande Games Design: finals week day 4
To: [address removed]
Date: Friday, October 9, 2009, 2:53 PM

Announcing a new Meetup for The Twin Cities Boardgames Group!

What: Rio Grande Games Design: finals week day 4

When: October 15,[masked]:00 PM

Mike and Nadine's House
[masked]st Ave S, Minneapolis
Minneapolis, MN 55406

Here's the deal: We're extending the evaluation on the two finalist games for the Rio Grande Design contest through all of next week to give everyone a chance to evaluate the games at a time that works for them. Also it will be fun to have a whole week of playing games.

We will be playing the two finalist games Keys to the Czar by Scott Petersen and Master of the Elements by Abe Burson and Blaine Haagenson. We will playtest these games given we have enough players who want to play. However, we will play other games as well. We'll be here to answer questions on rules and set up the games and such but will go out of our way not to sway attendees one way or the other. Think of yourself as playtesting a new fun product.

Also each day we'll take up a collection to order pizza. So bring some games, pizza money, and your own drinks and spend an evening or two with us at our home either playtesting these new games or just playing other fun games.

Here's the playtesting criteria:

1. Understanding the Rules
2. Easy of Play / Playability
3. Interesting / Fitting Mechanics
4. Originality
5. Overall Fun Factor

Each category will be rated on a 5 point scale, with 1 being the low score, 3 being a neutral score, and 5 being the highest score. The category "Overall Fun Factor" is double weighted, so a 1 scores 2 points, 3 scores 6, etc.

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