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I play lots of games, develop a few. Check out my publisher's page at lumenaris.com.

Some of my published board/card games:


Jun
3
asked How did the Antarctic Plateau lose the kings' names it originally had?
Jun
3
comment Israel/Palestine: Who really attacked first in 1948?
@pugsville, post that as an answer along with some sources and I'll upvote it.
May
14
comment Does the Kimmirut find indicate pre-Viking Europeans traveling to Baffin Island?
@Jørgen, I think you've got the makings of a great answer to the question.
May
14
revised Does the Kimmirut find indicate pre-Viking Europeans traveling to Baffin Island?
added 4 characters in body
May
14
comment Does the Kimmirut find indicate pre-Viking Europeans traveling to Baffin Island?
@Tyler, I hardly think yarn and rat droppings are indicative of aliens.
May
14
revised What is the state of the art historical analysis of claims that Carthaginians discovered America?
edited tags
May
14
revised Is there a possibility that the Islamic civilization visited America before Colombus?
edited tags
May
14
asked Does the Kimmirut find indicate pre-Viking Europeans traveling to Baffin Island?
May
6
accepted Did the Virginia pound use the pound sign (£)?
May
6
accepted Were there interstate tariffs before the US Constitution (1789)?
May
6
accepted How could ancient people determine the winter solstice was occurring?
May
6
accepted When did Hinduism forbid overseas travel?
May
5
awarded  Enlightened
May
5
awarded  Nice Answer
May
4
comment The last Japanese surrender after WWII was in the 1970s?
@AndrewGrimm, that'd make a great question; you should ask it.
May
4
awarded  Custodian
May
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Origin of the Subdivisons of Hell/Heaven
May
4
answered The last Japanese surrender after WWII was in the 1970s?
May
4
awarded  Yearling
May
2
comment Israel/Palestine: Who really attacked first in 1948?
@Olivier, you're right about sources. But the other points you raise are problems with the question, rather than the answer: who the Arabs are, and why starting at Israel's independence.