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A Game for WatchItPlayed: Fluffies

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anonymousmagic
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I regularly watch the Youtube channel WatchItPlayed by Rodney Smith and something that regularly comes up on the show is his son Luke's love for fluffies. You know: those polymer thingies they put in boxes to make sure the content isn't damaged and resists any shocks during transit.

I'd love to design a game surrounding these things, but they're incredibly light and they stick to anything. Has anyone got an idea on how to incorporate them into a game without having them all over the place except on the gameboard where they belong?

Kroz1776
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Board Game? GUFFAW!

anonymousmagic wrote:
I regularly watch the Youtube channel WatchItPlayed by Rodney Smith and something that regularly comes up on the show is his son Luke's love for fluffies. You know: those polymer thingies they put in boxes to make sure the content isn't damaged and resists any shocks during transit.

I'd love to design a game surrounding these things, but they're incredibly light and they stick to anything. Has anyone got an idea on how to incorporate them into a game without having them all over the place except on the gameboard where they belong?

Who says you need a game board for the game?

anonymousmagic
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I should rephrase: what I

I should rephrase: what I meant is keep them on the playing surface -- not necessarily a game board.

Kroz1776
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It's Their Nature

anonymousmagic wrote:
I should rephrase: what I meant is keep them on the playing surface -- not necessarily a game board.

Hey, if they are hard to keep on the board, make that part of the game. Use their lovable properties to enhance the game.

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