TXB writes: "You know that saying, "easy to learn, difficult to master"? It's a way of describing the design of great games stretching back to the dawn of time when Grog Goldstein first showed his cavemates how to play Rock & Stick. And even though Rock & Stick 2: The Bludgeoning was a critical and commercial flop, the adage still holds true today. That's why many people bristle when video game versions of board and card games are referred to as "casual" games. Sure, picking them up is easy for anyone, but being really good at them takes much more than a casual commitment."