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Another full day complete with a massed version of 'The Match Game' (Or 'Blankety Blank' to us Brits) - I also had a minor winning streak this day, winning 4 games, three of which I had never played before :)
Three quotes of the day
"Free Monopoly with every $10 purchase" - said by a vendor at the Flea Market desperate to make sales
"A Minuet is compulsory during 'Fluffy Bunny Tea Party'." and "It's Death by Powdered Sugar!"
Games played (For more info click the link):
Arkadia - This game was on my list to try at the convention. It was ok, but probably not one I would purchase.
Geistertreppe - A light children's game, fun as a filler.
Fire - How did I get talked into playing this twice? Once was more than enough!
Uptown - The Distributors were demo-ing this game, and whoever won the game won a copy of the game! I now have it in my collection, due to some nifty tile playing on my part :)
Cuba - Another game released at Essen. Very similar in feel to Caylus, but slightly more chaotic. I was pleasantly delighted to win this game at my first play!
Los Mampfos - It's a stupid children's game about pooping donkeys! And I won!!!!!
Cash a Catch - A game of buying and selling fresh fish. It was ok but there was nothing in it very original.
Master Thieves - I purchased this game after the convention last year and it is the most expensive game I own. It was fun to play it and teach it again, and it was even more fun that I won!!!
Fluffy Bunny Tea Party - A prototype game by Marc (who designed Honey Pot which I played the first day. It was interesting and everyone laughed a lot and adopted strange british accents, I'm not totally sure how much of a game there is underneath the laughter. I'd need to play it more to see.
Quelf - More of a group 'experience' than a game. It generated a lot of laughter and comments from passers by, but we did quit the game early as it was getting tedious (plus it was past 2am by this time!)