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Conditional Quantum Chess. You may move to two squares each turn, but only one is a real move. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Fergus Duniho wrote on 2008-11-24 UTC
It is probably less enmity and more the difficulty that those at the opposite extreme of proliferation have in recognizing the difference between proliferation and productivity. I imagine he just named the three people with the most games. Your count is over 80, and I don't know of anyone exceeding that count besides Ralph Betza and Charles Gilman. Since your games appeared here during my short absence, and I haven't looked into them yet, even I wonder if you're not a little bit of a prolificist. But at least you're programming your games and avoiding the excesses of unfettered creativity that Charles Gilman indulges in, and that it good.