New Eleusis Registry

 

NEWS FLASH!!!

Try the internet version of
New Eleusis
under development by
Timofey Nevolin and give him some feedback.

 

Dave Moser
davemoser@comcast.net
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Playing for 30 years.  (Webmaster)

Otaway Thomas
othomas@cox.net
Escondido, California, USA
Playing for 30 years.  Holds record for low scoring "God".
Comes up with weird rules, but will play 'till dawn.

Howard Williams
howardwilliamsmd@san.rr.com
San Diego, California, USA
Playing for 15 years.  Very enthusiastic.

Scott Anderson
priscott@verizon.net
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.

Jo
hikerjo@cox.net
Tucson, AZ
Novice

Antonio Bellini
bellinia@dada.it
Via Barducci, 19
50018 Scandicci (FI)
Italy
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.


Don Johnson
DJohn37050@aol.com
I have always wanted to play.
I live in Fairfax in N. VA near DC. 703-267-5670

Javier Marco Lledo
jmarco@umh.es
I´m Spanish.  I work in the Faculty of medicine from University "Miguel Hernández" (Elche, Spain)
Novice

Thiago Requião de Oliviera
 treq@ig.com.br
Salvador/Bahia Brazil 
Very novice,
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...
 
Andreas Schamanek   Andreas.Schamanek@univie.ac.at
  Vienna, Austria
  Devoted novice.
 
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 Eleusis.
 

 

 
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.
 

Marek Bernat
Vinosady, Slovakia
bee@ksp.sk

I have just discovered Eleusis and it is brilliant!
I am considering an option of writing the multiplayer computer game
of Eleusis, so that players from around the world could play together.

 

Stephen Johnson
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 deposed.

 

Marty Dooley
uncamountain@hotmail.com
Oakland, California

Absolute novice