A couple of weeks ago I went to a board game day at a friend's house. I wasn't planning on doing any playtesting, just wanted to have some fun. While waiting for the bulk of the invitees to arrive, we played some filler games. After a couple of rounds of Guillotine, I felt like playing something else, so I suggested we try a round of Programmer. As a few people arrived at that point it ended up being a 6-player game, and I just watched. I was glad I did, because what I found was interesting. Even in this relatively simple version of the game, about half of the people had difficulty predicting what the program would do to the token. So I think this version is the closest to what will be the final version, even though it was turned down by Out of the Box Publishing and Mayfair Games. A couple of the people there did spontaneously express further interest in the game and said they knew people who would probably like it, so I let them know they could download it from here. That's a good sign. Unsolicited positive comments and actions are always much more reliable than ones prompted by a question. So I am quite pleased with it. Soon I'll let you guys see the other, more complicated version of Programmer, since I've decided that it was going down the wrong path.