|Clockwise from left foreground: Jason Tagmire, Marty, myself, Alf Shadowsong, Kiva Fecteau, and John Weber as I facilitate a five-player playtest of "East India Company" - Photo by Mike Mullins|
East India Company
A number of people had expressed interest in playing "EIC" but had missed playing on Saturday. So I made a point of setting up a Sunday morning session, which attracted five players - Alf Shadowsong and Kiva Fecteau (designers of "Tiny Epic Battles"), John Weber, Jason Tagmire, and a young fellow named Marty whose last name I didn't get.
|Alf Shadowsong, Kiva Fecteau, and|
John Weber playing "EIC"
Odds and ends
Canton Games was a new vendor at Congress of Gamers this year. On impulse, I grabbed Android Net Runner, which was high on my wish list and which has strong reviews as a two-player game. I look forward to learning this very popular game and trying it out with Kathy.
|Bruce H. Voge|
I spoke briefly with Kevin Kulp (designer of Pigpen) and Jason Tagmire (designer of Pixel Lincoln), both of whom I met at UnPub 3, but didn't get to play their games this time. I hope to see both at UnPub 4 in January.