Wednesday, August 29, 2007

I didn't quite hear anything. Did you?

11 comments:

Dave said...

You have a very interesting mind.

Taiga the Fox said...

Dave, I'm delighted.

Btw, what is that game called in English? That one next to Stejar?

Dave said...

Well, it looks like a noughts and crosses board. But we don't colour-in one square.

If it's not that, then I think it must be a Finnish game that we in warmer parts of Europe know not of.

Taiga the Fox said...

Ok, it's not a noughts and crosses board and actually the squares on the photo don't look like the game I thought at all. I was thinking about the small kids' gameboard, where you have to move tiny squares around the board in order to make a picture. There's always one empty square. Turns out that I don't even know the Finnish name of it. Typical. I should just be quiet sometimes.

Dave said...

We call it a Sliding Picture Puzzle.

Taiga the Fox said...

Thanks. Still don't know what it is in Finnish, though.

Duane said...

What is Superlon?

Dave said...

We did that a long time ago, duane. I expect our foxy friend could give you the link again, if you really want to know

Taiga the Fox said...

Well, yep. Go to http://superloner.blogspot.com/ and you'll find almost everything about Superlon, if you want.

You aren't from Dunedin, NZ by any chance?

Taiga the Fox said...

Oh well, that would have been too good actually.

Dave said...

I and my cricket team are in New Zealand at the moment, if that's any help.