30
May

Games

   Posted by: Mark   in General

I picked up a game tonight on the way home from the office. It is a game that I found a month or two ago, and I finally found it in stock at Bridgeport Games in Portland.

It is called Treehouse, and is really just a collection of 15 plastic pyramids in five colored sets of three different sizes each. What intrigued me about this “game” was the simplicity of the pieces, and the abundance of different games that can be played with this set.

Tami and I played a few rounds of Treehouse tonight, and it was interesting. We picked up on the rules quickly, and had a good time. It is likely that the good time was more based on sitting across from each other and talking in a relatively quiet house, but the game was still fun. And if 15 plastic pyramids can help with that, get me another set!

Here are some other sites that list information about different games that can be played with these Treehouse pieces:
IcehouseGames.org
Wunderland Webzine
Wikipedia’s Icehouse page
IcehouseGames.com

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