[Groop]Email Groo game
Thu, 12 Dec 2002 13:17:28 -0800 (PST)
Forget by E-MAIL, it would be too slow. We COULD do it
in a chat room quite easily, with instant messages
flying back and forth between the dealer and the
players (and even between players).
Unfortunately, some of the fun would be diminished
since so much depends on INTERPLAY and teasing
(especially with The Minstrel Card), but I'd be up for
it. I think we'd need to set up either an AOL chat
with instant messaging on the side, or yahoo chat with
instant messsaging on the side.
Anyone who wants to add me to their buddy listrs, just
punch in "mrgrooism" for either/both AOL/YAHOO.
One benefit is that those who own the game but don't
know how to play could watch, lay out the cards and go
from there! yup, EVEN MARK!!!
What do you say Aaron, I leave the time/place up to
you since it was your basic idea!
--- SbphillipM@netscape.net wrote:
> Dear Groop,
> In the last month i fianally got the expansion pack
> for the Groo Game and have been dying to test it out
> but no one will play with me. i've played with my
> brother but i think the two player game isnt quite
> as dynamic as a multiplayer game would be (so i
> assume i havnt played with any more than my brother
> :( ) So i thought hey why not give it a try with
> the Groop! the way i figure it is if one person was
> the "master dealer" and had the set of cards he
> could deal out the game and by personal email tell
> everyone what they had and what is face up on the
> table. other people could use their card sets and
> display it for visual effect in front of their
> computer just as if there were people actually
> there. then play could resume by email with the
> master dealer rolling the dice and drwing cards
> dictating to others what happens (honestly of
> course) The only problem i forsee is that the game
> could go very slow in this matter. say one or two
> turns a day if time is set aside. Or !
> several turns and hours of emailing on a weekend
> when all have spare time to kill. Yes yes it would
> be horrendously slow, but hey it would be something
> fun to look forward to at the end of the day in
> chaecking the groop mail? any takers? lets give it
> a try at least! i volunteer to be the first master
> dealer if we get enough people for this daring
> experiment! Pleeeease!! I want to play!
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-Larry "Mr. Grooism" Steller
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