Thursday, October 18, 2007

The price of knowledge

The gaming is getting very sparse now that my Masters is in full flow. (Even in the good times I manage less in a year than Brian Bankler does in a month!) Since I became a student I've played Lost Cities and Fluxx with Sue, soloed an ASLSK#2 scenario ("88s at Zon") and won a PBEM game of Puerto Rico. Oh and I've beaten my step-nephew Tom at Napoleon at Waterloo a few times on Hexwar.

It's all pretty scanty.

Was looking forward to a session with Iain Cheyne this Saturday, but England's dratted rugby success has curtailed that.

Oh well, at least there's Midcon next month to look forward to....

2 comments:

Phil said...

Where are you watching the rugby? For the full Rugby World Cup Final experience keep your mobile phone switched on, because I am happy to send hyperbolic text messages.

Cory Dorrough said...

Bummer. I haven't had much time for Catan and Fluxx since I started looking for a job again. I miss consuming beer and losing games to attractive, geeky girls.

Can't wait to retire. The board games then will be awesome!