I recently came back from my first trip to PAX. PAX is the largest fan run gaming convention in the US. From, board games, to card games, toys, and videogames, there is something for just about anyone at this convention. The grounds surrounding the convention halls have open tables allowing space for people to place games they brought, try out games they borrowed from an on site game library, or catch a quick lesson on a new game from numerous enthusiast and volunteers. My favorite game I demoed is called The Impossible Machine and is a game that is play with 2-5 people. Players combine cards by building of other other players cards until the group has constructed their own Rube Goldberg Machine.At anytime the machine can be started and parts start falling off. The player would managed to contribute the most cards to the device before to stops running is the winner. Its a quick game to learn and offers a fair amount of fun for a small group.
Missed the chance to pick it up for $10 but still managed to get it here in San Francisco for $15Quick Review: Like @ Fair Price
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