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Joined: 08/15/2017

Hey everyone,
My name is Darryl and I have recently joined BGDF. I also have a BGG account under the name geographist2000. I am looking forward to seeing new ideas, possible playtesting of games, and receiving input on one game I currently have in progress. I am from a remote location in Canada and for that reason, I will most likely not be able to get much honest play testing on my game. I look forward to being a member on this site.

Rick L
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Joined: 08/22/2016
Welcome Darryl! Lots of great

Welcome Darryl! Lots of great people and great info here, so glad you found your way here!

Ugur Yazgan
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Joined: 08/20/2017
mortis_liner wrote:Hey

mortis_liner wrote:
Hey everyone,
My name is Darryl and I have recently joined BGDF. I look forward to being a member on this site.

Welcome Darryl. I am also a newcomer and I have received great support for my project.

This place is very welcoming and at the same time provides great feedback.


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Joined: 11/01/2008

Darryl, Welcome to the forum!

It is always great to see newcommers to the group. I look forward to hearing about your game project.

There are a surprising amount of people in the board gaming world who are in more "remote" locations, so you are in good company! Richard Ham lives out in Malta and mostly just games with his wife (rahdo runs through videos) and Jack Eddy lives up in Alaska (The Cardboard Herald podcast).

It is great that the internet can connect us like never before in history!


Joined: 08/15/2017
Thank you, My game is

Thank you,
My game is currently a complete grassroot project. My game is actually in Microsoft Word format. It is one that my now 18 year old son had made in Grade 8 as part of a project, but I am trying to refine it into much more than a roll and move game. At the present, it is a 2-player head to head game. Basically, the game is a board made up of arrows and one must get their pawn from one side of the board to the other before the other one does. To do so, you get certain types of arrow cards as well as number cards. You play them until you reach your targeted finishing space. It will require quite a bit of tweaking and playtesting (once I feel confident to have playtesters in a few months I think).

Joined: 04/08/2012
Welcome Mortis.

That is fantastic to hear about you and your son working on a game. Sounds intriguing already.

Welcome once again.


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