Here you can find the end results of the previous three EPYC games:
1. Drawers - do not write words and letters on the drawing
2. Captioners - do not write about all the details on the photo in your captions!
(WRITE ONLY ONE SENTENCE, BE CONCISE - MEANING - try to express what's on the photo in least words possible!!!)
Let me explain (some of you are already familiar with this ).
Writing a caption is like writing a title for that picture or drawing.
For example, if you have cats sleeping on the photo, instead of writing "There are five cats sleeping in their baskets" you can write "Lazy afternoon". By writing "Lazy afternoon" you are not distorting anything but at the same time you are not writing exactly what's on the photo because for the next person who's drawing that could be boring. It's interesting to see how the next person interprets your words without actually knowing the exact details that are on the photo.
I’ll go first by writing the first caption (hopefully a good one this time )
Add more numbers (you can add as much as you want)
Odds are captions evens are drawings.
I’ll be PM-ing everyone when it’s their turn
EDIT: I forgot to say I'll probably start the game Monday Um... my Monday first minute after midnight... my midnight (check my local time)
Edited by andromeda, 20 December 2008 - 09:55 PM.