|Daniel Lepage on Wed, 20 Jul 2005 22:55:51 -0500 (CDT)|
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|Re: [s-d] Re: [s-b] Re: Peter - You have a masterful Tiles PlayAvailable.|
Just out of curiosity, did you give Peter that play just for the small change e paid you, or did you do it intending to then profit from it with a high-scoring word elsewhere?
I do crosswords occasionally, but I'm afraid I lack the historical and pop cultural knowledge necessary for most of them. I do a lot of word games, though, especially Scrabble and Cutthroat Anagrams.
As for interest, another suggestion of the Baron comes to mind: We put in a clause whereby a 3/4 majority of all players can eliminate the game just by mutual consensus, without the need for proposals and whatnot. That way it'll stay around as long as there's interest, and if it becomes too unused it'll just disappear.
This would've been a good thing to have had with the Grid, since the main reason activity was falling off (I think) is that there wasn't enough interest in that game but at the same time nobody wanted to make new games when we already had big ones.
-- Wonko On Jul 20, 2005, at 9.28 PM, flutesultan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I honestly had seen "EFFORTFUL" last nWeek. I was looking as the 3 zone Control Tokens. Besides, You needed the talisman to strike the "Y", but he may have had a play there. "DIVERSIONARY" can be swiped from in numerous ways. You foiled my ultimate end goal, anyway. BTW, nice play. Peter only used one play, so far, and Raelus chimed in last nWeek as well, so, who knows. While I find the developing subgames interesting, Tiles is fully formed and a challenge for a regular crossworder such as myself. I'm gonna proose to see it continued at some point. Triller[Original Message] From: Daniel Peter Lepage <dpl33@xxxxxxxxxxx> To: <spoon-discuss@xxxxxxxxx> Date: 7/19/05 5:31:28 AM Subject: [s-d] Re: [s-b] Re: Peter - You have a masterful TilesPlayAvailable.flutesultan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:Use an "O" from Moose, leaving "SOME", the "R" from Grig, leaving "GIG", and tiles from your rack in then upper right.Form "EFFORTFUL", the only other word I could find with 3 "F"s in it.I do this.Hmm... I notice, Triller, that you failed to point out the better play hehad that took over your long words... -- Wonko _______________________________________________ spoon-discuss mailing list spoon-discuss@xxxxxxxxx http://lists.ellipsis.cx/mailman/listinfo/spoon-discuss_______________________________________________ spoon-discuss mailing list spoon-discuss@xxxxxxxxx http://lists.ellipsis.cx/mailman/listinfo/spoon-discuss
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