Aha! Now you know what it feels like to be everyone else on the Bullboard! We don't read yours either.
Seriously though, that post illustrated my point nicely, namely that you don't listen to a word anyone else says.
Enough hijacking of martinburley's thread, and I apologise for my part of this hijacking, martinburley.
The one-word version of Word RPS sounds like a nice, different way of playing which would incorporate different strategy elements (which, I suppose, is the point
I do have one more question, martinburley. You say
Each throw consists of the two players choosing any letter (from A to Z, or space), and then revealing their choice.
. I wonder, is there any particular method of delivery you had in mind when writing the original post, or is it really up to the players? Are the letters shouted out simultaneously (perhaps with a priming motion with the fist to strengthen the link to original RPS), or are they written down on pieces of paper and placed upside-down on a table, only to be turned right-side-up one after the other?