The big changes that were made cause the game to be much simpler. They include:
Removing money from the game entirely. (now you just get bonus goods for selling above the average and lose goods for selling below the average).
Obsolescence/Spoilage is now a rule in the game. Players lose 50% of unsold goods to give a penalty for selling too high.
Increased demand: Each turn one more demand card is drawn than was drawn the previous turn.
With these changes the game is faster and simpler. I will continue to play it and post how it changes.
On Friday night we were invited over to a game night. We played one game of Moar Moai and a few games of Love Letter. They seemed to enjoy both of them. I think I will end up buying Love Letter.
Also, a lot of people have been playing Dancing Robots and writing up reviews for me recently. It is good to have things happening that I am not the doer of. Hopefully I get the rest of the artwork soon so that I can break out of my current Dancing Robots holding pattern.
It appears that I need some rules rewritten to explain it to people better. Also it appears that I need to change the way that cards are laid out. Hopefully I can work on that some time soon.