With 4 players expected, PH and MC had to find something to do while AL and SF were delayed upon finding SF’s stolen bicycle chained to a fence one the way over. There’s a story involving the police, armed police, the fire service and a penknife, but that’s not why we’re here…
MC played as Boogie Wookie against PH’s Cyber Bunnie.
Boogie Woogie was first into Tokyo and dominated for a bit before slinking off to lick his wounds.
Cyber Bunny wasn’t in Tokyo long, but was rolling some serious points. Boogie Woogie managed to grow a second head and gained an extra die but lost out in the end to the Cyber Bunny’s crippling final roll of five 3’s. One of these days we’ll get to play this with more that 2 players…
Next up came:
MC saw red as the Klingons and PH felt a bit green with the Romulans. We used the pre-constructed decks that MC devised many a year ago.
After a quick appraisal of the rules – it’s been a long time since this was last played – the missions and dilemmas were laid out and play commenced. Both players suffered from an acute case of not being able to shuffle worth a damn. Finally usable stuff came forth and PH was quick to complete his first two missions before losing his entire away team to a wall of fire.
MC finally got underway and, though thwarted on a few missions, quickly completed a host of missions. Neither side were willing to undergo a combat situation. AL and SF finally made an appearance so Star Trek was quickly concluded in MCs favour as he was comfortably in the lead with only 3 missions available for PH to catch up with.
With the joint highest number of votes (2), MC had steeled himself with the prospect of playing something cooperatively.
So here goes:
AL – Researcher
MC – Medic
PH – Dispatcher
SF – Operations expert
MC headed of to Europe to deal with the contagion there while SF travelled to South America and set up a fresh new Research Station and find the cure to the Yellow Lurgie. Soon, the world was safe with this now-extinct disease. MC soon found the antidote to Black Cubes and things were looking well in hand, until suddenly the Blue Screen of Death exhausted its supply of cubes and plunged the world into a permanent state of Game Over You Lose!