I have been preparing for my presentations for the Ion award. I have the beginnings pretty good, but need to practice the sample turns still.
I found out that the Sandy board game design group is probably going away, since no one wants to pay a monthly fee for it. It was useful to me when I couldn't make it to the BGDG, but now that my Tuesdays are free, I don't really see the need for two groups anymore.
I'm also starting to work on a new game named "Doge city". It is based on the computer game agar.io.
Alison and I played a game today, and it mostly works. Perhaps I'll post it some time (after it works and has written rules)
I had a dream about a game where the players each had dinosaur species that they were evolving. I woke up and wrote it down and it almost seems playable already. Some time I should make it and see if it is.
I also still haven't made my new "giant robots fight alien war machines" game yet.
Apparently the moment Salt Con is over I will have three games to work on. That isn't a bad thing I guess.