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Jeremy Good wrote on 2009-06-04 UTC
I replaced 'unfortunate restrictions on drops' section with 'fun with drops' [I forgot to take out the negatives when I first revised this section, but have corrected it since] section since i think the essence of what makes this game fun is its liquidity.

In the works: Mini Hullabaloo, Minor Hullabaloo and Greater Hullabaloo....

It's playable but a rule preventing one from dropping a piece and then being able to move it is probably a *fortunate* restriction on drops. Hate to be so capricious and ad hoc with my rule-making but this rule is giving me more pain than pleasure at this moment.


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