Quotations by Fred Davis
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Born: Wednesday, August 13, 1913
Died: Thursday, April 16, 1998 (84 years old)
I think most people played both variants and regular games. It was a period when variants were very popular and there were a lot more variants being played at that time. Every week practically, it seemed someone would publish a new variant in a zine.
(Keywords: Time, People, Being, Games, Popular)
Then, all of a sudden, he stopped and nobody heard from him or got a response to orders. At this point Rod Walker looked him up and found he was living in a commune and seemed to be dropping out of the hobby.
Whenever I design any variant, or when anybody sends me one, I always say if at all possible within the context of the game don't have two home supply centers touching each other.
(Keywords: Design, Home)