Hello. I have a quick update for anyone interested: MathSoc has new games. As you probably already know, MathSoc keeps a supply of games freely available for anyone who hasn't requested a student fee back this term. Feeling bored or just procrastinating, just head to MC3038 and swap your watcard for the use of any of our fancy games. Just recently, we've added by popular demand) Blockus and Carcassonne, with more to come!
Blockus can be played with anywhere between 2 and 4 players. The objective is to place tetris-like pieces onto the grid board, and the player left with the least pieces is the winner. There's a catch: you can only play pieces if they only touch another of your pieces on a corner. Battle out with your friends to capture territory and become ultimately victorious!
This is a game of strategy and development. Players develop the area around Carcassonne by placing land tiles. Each turn the area becomes larger as the players expand and add roads, fields, cities, and cloisters. The players may also deploy their followers as thieves, farmers, knights, and monks to control and score points off the land. With limited followers, the player with the best strategy shall be the champion!
Please come by and take advantage of our services, that's what we're there for after all. Just to let you all know, for the week of the 28th to the 1st the MathSoc office will be open 24 hrs a day! That's right several days of MathSoc madness, over a hundred hours, more fun than you can manage! Feel free to go sign up for a few hours of it, every bit helps and you're guaranteed to enjoy yourself.
That's all for now, drop by sometime soon.
1/3rd Office Guy