April 5th is www.tabletopday.com.
April 5th is www.tabletopday.com. And the day Western Australia votes again for the Senate (it is a long story). I guess I'll have to pull out Credo and Werewolf... and maybe Betrayal at House on the Hill. Any other suggestions?
Hmmmm, some game with political backstabbing like Diplomacy or Nothing Personal.ReplyDelete
Of course! Diplomacy!ReplyDelete
To honor voting for the Senate, wouldn't you require something very long, needlessly complex, and ultimately pointless? ;-)ReplyDelete
Let us not mention monopoly.ReplyDelete
Brian Romano our current Senate is being surprisingly useful and active - very long is a very good way of describing the voting process, though! Noted election commentator Anton Green explains: http://www.abc.net.au/elections/federal/2004/guide/senatevotingsystem.htmReplyDelete
Die Macher then?ReplyDelete