Calvinball Rules I believe in trying to display adaptable and flexible thinking, and one of my favorite examples of this is Calvinball, a game from Bill Watterson’s famed strip Calvin and Hobbes. The primary rule of Calvinball, as far as I’m concerned, is:

1.2. Any player may declare a new rule at any point in the game (Figure 1.2). The player may do this audibly or silently depending on what zone (Refer to Rule 1.5) the player is in.

A lot of Calvinball is probably pretty close to business in general. Keep it real, guys! :-)

1 Comment

  1. indieb0i 15 years ago

    One of the greatest ideas from Bill Watterson, along with the many uses of a cardboard box. I was always impressed with Calvin and Hobbes ability to come up with new rules, and somewhat jealous because I was sure I would suck at the game :P