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Can we have a games forum, please?

 
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Since i act my shoe size more often than my age, and i don't have many friends because they more often act their age and not their shoe size, can we have a forum dedicated to fun and games to keep my sanity at night because i am all alone on this beautiful rock in space.

some of you peeps may enjoy being your shoe size too!

perhaps a moderator could spare some time to set one up, and some of you more creative minds could think up some good threads to keep us merry while our gardens grow.

thankyou very much.

fifi. size 3.( both feet)
 
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Hi Fiona, Lol! I'm a gamer and I can relate to the shoe size mentality. I'm proud of my the Peter Pan complex. I've come across a few posts of people talking about games on permies. Hey, Paul and friends just created one gorgeous set of permie playing cards. I'm so curious and impatient, i can't wait for a dedicated forum. So, What kind of games do you enjoy?
 
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Permaculture Playing Cards can keep you occupied.
Get a brick, keep your friends out of trouble!
 
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I reckon this forum is ideal for fun and games:D
 
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Those cards are very cool!!

As for what kind of games, Hey, I'm not so fussy.
 
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Well, I really like Bocce, Italian lawn bowling, usually played on a clay court but it can be played on dirt or grass. I used to play on a few courts in downtown NYC, one in Washington Square Park.
I dig pinball, real pinball, big time. I've spent a lot of time in the arcade. In fact there is a pinball museum in Asbury Park NJ, Silver Ball Museum, that my friends and I still patronize.
I was hoping someone would list favorite past or current video games... I'm addicted to PS3 and proud to say I rank fairly high worldwide on a few games. Lol! Hey, ya gotta stay young at heart.

SilverBall Pinball Museum - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYkY4dVankU
 
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I always thought that The Gungan Frontier was awesome.
 
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Great Idea. I've always been more of a board game/cards sort of person myself

Here is a game 'similar to' the copy-righted Axis and Allies. Its turn based so I think one can play it via email and the like. Just in case anyone is up for a rousing game of 'lets take over the world' this winter.

http://triplea.sourceforge.net/mywiki

 
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Oh you lots are all nuts!!! LOL

I mean starting a thread as a game!

Has anyone played the banning game? ok I will start one.
 
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Would you like to play a game?
 
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