Try the internet version of
under development by Timofey Nevolin
and give him some feedback.
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Playing for 30 years. (Webmaster)
Escondido, California, USA
Playing for 30 years. Holds record for low scoring "God".
Comes up with weird rules, but will play 'till dawn.
San Diego, California, USA
Playing for 15 years. Very enthusiastic.
Big Bear, California, USA
Playing for 30 years
Keeps records of how rules have scored. Uses the good ones again. Sometimes it
works, sometimes not.
Via Barducci, 19
50018 Scandicci (FI)
I know Eleusis since 1980, when I read the article about it in the
Italian version of
Scientific American. I played some time with some friends, but it is difficult to find
people who like Eleusis. So it is a long time that I don't play. Before dying
I would like to have some other play.
I have always wanted to play.
I live in Fairfax in N. VA near DC. 703-267-5670
Javier Marco Lledo
I´m Spanish. I work in the Faculty of medicine from University "Miguel Hernández" (Elche, Spain)
If someone have some notes about the game for
computer please let me know, this game is a wonderful challenge to put
it in bits and bytes...
I am an absolute novice. But being through
Theories of Complex Dynamic Systems
and Constructivism I knew exactly that Eleusis is
*the one* game I have always been looking for
after I had read the first two
paragraphs in Abbott's original publication. I
am currently looking forward to finding interested people here in Vienna, Austria, to play
I've been playing since the article came out
back in 77. I was in High School then and my circle of friends
were/are the _very_ brainy sort.
We still get together occasionally and when we
do we often play Eleusis.
There _has_ to be a way to play an Eleusis
type (pattern solving) game via email. I think this game could have
a good following via the internet. We've got to put our heads
together to come up with rules for E-leusis.
I have just discovered Eleusis and it is
I am considering an option of writing the
multiplayer computer game
of Eleusis, so that players from around
the world could play together.
Hoboken, New Jersey
I have been playing this wonderful game for years. We
usually played on the floor, because the pattern would
become so long, and even then might have to make it turn
a corner to fit. There is nothing quite as exhilarating
as suddenly grasping the pattern and declaring oneself
prophet, or quite as ignominious when proved wrong and