Instrumental wrote:mmorrell94 wrote:Can somebody discuss/refer me to a discussion of recent trends in LG? When I was last studying (2014) irregular game types were making a comeback. Curious if that's still the case.
Miscellaneous type games showed up as the last game for the September and December test last year. Not sure about this year's February test. I would count on at least one to try to throw you a loop. My strategy on those was to first and foremost remain calm and stick to the process I had outlined (writing out the game board and pieces, writing out the rules, applying pieces to the gameboard, making inferences and fleshing out as much of the remainder of the game as possible before attacking each question).
That reminds me: what exactly is meant by a "weird" game? Are they games which fall into one of the obscure categories Powerscore gives (like patterns, mapping, circular etc.)? Or are they just games that defy categorization completely?