Wednesday, September 26, 2007
I have played a couple times since then, usually over email, which explains why 2 or 3 volleys in I have to abandon the game because I get busy. But this past Sunday, Mr. Sutter and I sat down and played two lengthy matches, one of which is posted above, the other being posted over at Inkfinger.
I shall quickly explain the rules, for those of you who may not have read them elsewhere:
Player 1 draws a character with a power. Player 2 then draws a character whose power cancels the power of that previous character. Repeat.
Simple! And as you may or may not be able to tell above, it can be played with multiple people; The Chicken Butcher was drawn by Niff, and Tricken Nuggeter was drawn by Kim. Although, now that I think of it, this would probably be a pretty fun game to play alone as well. You know... if you're a stickler about your monastic vows.
Whatever the case — be you hermit or hostess — if you find yourself with a little spare time, and a little spare paper, go forth and play. And, of course, I'd love to see the results of everyone's games, if you get a chance to post them to your site. Enjoy!