) met for an evenings gaming and relaxation. With relaxation being the order of the day we quickly dismissed the opportunity to learn San Jaun which Crispin had been reading up, in favour of RoboRally.
With Crispin and Daniella having not played RoboRally before Ian quickly explained the fairly simple rules and so we were off. I took an early lead before it all went
horribly wrong, caught in the crossfire robot (each robot has a forward firing laser that shoots at anything in front of it) and factory lasers I soon lost my first life and so had to go back to the start. Ian was already approaching his first flag when I set off again. Crispin was doing OK whilst Daniella was suffering the synging effects of repeated lasers as well as having her robot repeatedly pushed of course by other robot racers. This eventually resulted in her also having to return to the start line having lost one of her lives.
When it came to rating the game using the method described in previous posts it got 26.5 out of 36. However it did score 6 out of 6 for fun and enjoyment with everybody keen to play this one again soon.