Nathan planned a night of sea warfare games. Actually, he just wanted to play Battleship. I wanted to play Sub Search because it was a vintage game I found at the thrift store. Also the day when I scored other vintage items. We ended up play both. Lesson #1: Some dates require to compromises, too.
Ever since Nathan told me we were going to play Battleship, we’ve been involved in a bit of friendly trash talking. Then I ended up beating him in both games. Ha! I haven’t played Battleship since elementary school. The game has changed a bit. They’ve added islands and a guy you have to rescue. The game setup changed too. Sub Search was also fun. Lesson #2: It feels good to beat someone who has been trash talking.
Nathan said: I was really hoping to win at least one game of Battleship. After losing to Tiffany in my March Madness bracket for the 6th year in a row I was looking for a small victory. The date was fun as we both were able to reminisce about childhood games and activities.
» Tell me… Have you played the new Battleship? Do you have fond memories of playing Battleship in your childhood? Have you ever heard of Sub Search?
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