Over the past few years I've entertained myself by writing some games that our friends and we like to play after dinner (and a margarita or two.) I decided to tidy them up and put them here so you may have some fun too. Give them a try, and please let me know what you think.. I'm especially interested in any problems you might have. Please report all bugs and be as specific as you can. Thanks.
This is a slower paced game where the object is to fool the other players. Each player is given the beginning of a phase phase and must make up the ending. After all of the players have finished, their answers, along with the "correct" answer, is shown to everybody. You score points by either voting for the correct phrase or having someone else vote for your phrase. This game can go on as long as the tequila lasts.

To try any of the above games, just click on the corresponding picture. By the way, I don't collect any kind of data about you other than your (arbitrary) username and enough data so that I don't repeat any phrases you have seen before. I don't even use cookies, so no worries amigo.

By the way, in case you're a techy like me, all of the server code was written in Haskell, and the client code was written with HTMX. Over the years I've had to track down a few bugs, but nothing like I had to track down when I was using PERL. I have some pages about Haskell here.

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Response to "Have a nice day" suggested by Paul Fussell Thank you, but I have other plans.
Paul Fussell

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