Arbuzz Project - Chez Baba Yaga

November 10, 2012  •  7 Comments


This past Sunday children and their parents

got a special treat by coming to play with the infamous Baba Yaga.

Baba Yaga, in her yonder years was probably a fetching lady. 

Well, may be her nose was a tad too large for her face or her hair was wildly unruly and her sense of style asked for a bit more refinement. 

 

No one really can know what turned this amiable creature into what she is today.  Yet here she came with songs and games to entertain this rowdy Halloween crowd.

 

some dancing

and floor gliding

Parents enjoyed their gluhwein 

 while children were busy with arts and crafts

 

 

and of course the photobooth where guest could take pictures with a broom or with baba Yaga herself!

 

Thank you to Arbuzz Project for organizing such a fun and interesting evening!

and Liya at Dumplings Photgraphy for being such a great partner in photographing this event.


Comments

Harold Burton(non-registered)
A Link to the Past should not be #1, in my opinion. The concept of the Zelda games is not suitable for everyone. I had to use walkthroughs for Ocarina of Time, and now I'm wondering why it's suddenly regarded as one of the greatest games ever, especially with all the hullabaloo about the Water Temple. Super Mario World on the other hand, has a easy to use/understand concept of just making it to the end of a level, with no frustrating no-hints given puzzles that you can learn from and not get frustrated with from getting lost, and again, was a pack-in game. Arguably the best of all games packaged with systems.
Kelly Hubbard(non-registered)
Thanks for the good writeup. It if truth be told used to be a amusement account it. Glance advanced to more brought agreeable from you! However, how can we keep in touch?
Ashley Jones(non-registered)
I'm searching for a super nintendo beat'em'up style game, that I never seen since my childhood. It featured big buffed guys, and you could beat wending machines, to give you canned drink, that you could drink (seemingly the character was pressing the can against his forehead as he drank) and gain lifebar back.
Anyone remembers?
Joseph Donahue(non-registered)
i played almost all of these games. except the ones with low graphic art like f-zero, mario kart, castlevania, metroid etc. contra had low graphic but very enjoyable with co-op. earthbound, ff should be top5. idk how many times i've replayed crono trigger and earthworm jim. others mostly 75%.
Harold Burton(non-registered)
I like how Sporting games made the list. Three even made the top ten: Flying, Racing, & Fighting. I see racing represented multiple times and most other sports at least once, which is good. But you did miss gambling & fishing, which are you considered sports. FYI that NHL is better on the Sega Genesis
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