I know, I know. I got my copy of
Leaving Earth: Outer Planets
back in July, and I haven't had it to the table until now. I was
hoping to get some suckers to play it with me, but instead I ran a
solo game on a grey Sunday afternoon. (I haven't played any version of
Leaving Earth solo before.)
Images were taken on the Powershot A1300 in "custom white balance"
mode, under halogen incandescents; I thought it did quite a decent
job. As usual, click on images to get the bigger version;
As will have become apparent, I'm a big fan of Joe Fatula's boardgame
The thing that's most fiddly, though, is money: you reset your funds
to a standard level at the start of each turn, which means lots of
passing paper banknotes back and forth.
Mini-TringCons are all-day house gaming events run by the organiser of
TringCon, in Deepest
Buckinghamshire. Images follow:
As the snow rolled in towards Wycombe, we had another session at home.
This long-running games convention started off as a Diplomacy
gathering. These days it's a blend of board-gaming and roleplaying.