Games with microbadges marked for death
- Brian Morris(mrbeankc)United States
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It's a sad but true that there is an overpopulation problem in terms of microbadges for some games. Yes I know it's something we don't like to admit but some games just don't need 22 microbadges. As a result some microbadges have been marked for termination. The sign of death hovers over their little 16 pixel bodies in the form of an * waiting for the appointed hour. These unbought i.e. unloved microbadges have until June 1st to find a home or perish.Recommend
Now this doesn't mean that a game will be microbadgeless. All games will keep at least one badge but the sad truth is if a game has two microbadges and one hasn't sold the unsold one will be terminated. If both are unsold then a cruel fight to the death will commence with only one coming out as the victor. It is a cruel sport.
So I know what you are thinking. With such an overwhelming number of microbadges, how can I make a difference? You can make a difference and it costs as little as 15 geek gold. I myself managed to save this microbadgejust a few hours ago and you can save one too.
What I want to do on this geeklist is showcase some of the games and some of the orphan unsold microbadges here on BGG. Maybe we can save a microbadge or two from the microbadge graveyard.
*The makers of this geeklist would like to ensure readers that no microbadges, Sally Struthers or large orangutans were hurt during it's construction (although I did just squish a spider my wife found as I was writing this. You should have heard her scream. You would have thought it was the size of a Buick). This list is fat free, carb free, caffeine free, taste free and loaded with sodium. This list is also free of words the list author has used in past lists that have caused massive screaming, pulling of hair and rude gestures to be aimed in his direction. These phrases include but shall not be limited to "Fluffy Bunny games", "White Bread Theme" and "Card Driven Wargame". So pull up a chair, break open a happy meal and have a good time for goodness sake.
It also should be noted that this is in no way a criticism of the fine job Lajos is doing moderating the microbadges. On the contrary, I think he does a great job.*
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