Can you think of any silly "crimes" for a game I'm putting together? [more inside]
If you wanted to host a murder-mystery weekend (like the ones hosted at Mohonk Mountain House) is there a way to do it without buying an online-murder mystery package? [more inside]
When you play Liar's Dice, how do you play? [more inside]
What do you think makes a really fun trivia/quiz game? If you were hosting an at-home trivia party how would you go about it? I need resources for making this a good time for about twenty people.
Has anyone ever played this word-guessing game? It's called Contact, and it's a little like Botticelli. I have some questions about gameplay, if anyone's played it and is pretty familiar with the rules.
Here's a question: Would you say that "conversation" games--like "Would you rather"--came about in the last 15-20 years and are the product of Generation X? Games that spark conversation and don't have any winners or losers? I'm thinking that they came about roughly with the rise of "Reality Bites" and the "slacker" generation. [more inside]
Does anyone know of a sci-fi parlor game called "Think"? I read in the Times that it's something like Mafia, but I can't find the rules anywhere. Anybody with a handy link?
Does anyone remember a children's game called Ghost? (Not Ghost in the Graveyard.) My dad recalls playing it, but can't recall the rules. Any long memories here?
What are your favorite indoor games--parlor games, I guess? Like charades, Botticelli, Dictionary, Pictionary. I'm girding for the long nights of winter in NY.