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ABOUT MY HISTORY WITH LOONEY LABS...
I discovered the Looney Pyramids system by accident in 2010, but was charmed mainly by (Binary) Homeworlds. I have since studied more than 20 games and will introduce this game system to my family in the Netherlands in April 2016.
I am a Master of Science in Math, graduated in 1993. I am an author of non-fiction books with subject matter Philosophy of Religion. I love games, including Go, mainly for their ability to stimulate both hemispheres of the brain and help the mind become balanced and flexible. In addition, games have a social component and are a pleasant pastime and can be the subject of interesting discussions.
LOONEY LABS GAMES I PLAY/PROMOTE
Star Ship Captain List
As a service to all other Starship Captains, here is my list of preferred games in order of preference (as of 1/31/2016). Compiling this list, I wished the top 3 contains more slots! If I have added "multiplayer", then that is the version I prefer. If I have added "2-player", then that is the only version that exists. If nothing is added, I do not prefer any version.
1. Zendo (multiplayer)
3. Icehouse (multiplayer)
5. Branches and Twigs and Thorns
6. Martian Chess
7. Tic Tac Doh! (2-player)
8. Zark City (multiplayer)
9. World War 5 (multiplayer)
10. IceTowers (multiplayer)
12. Pharaoh (multiplayer)
13. Pink Hijinks (2-player)
14. Volcano / Caldera
15. Treehouse (multiplayer)
I own 5 Rainbow stashes and 5 Xeno stashes for a total of 150 pyramids in 10 colors. Furthermore, I designed, printed and laminated all my boards: 8x8, 7x7, 6x6, 5x5, 4x4, 4x3, 3x3, Hextris, 6 quadrants of Multiplayer Board (for Branches, Twigs and Thorns, Pikemen, etc.). Also, I have a World War 5 board and 10 Good and Evil cards (for multi-player Homeworlds). Furthermore, I backed the Kickstarter Pyramid Arcade and as of the end of 2016, I own two Arcades.