If you're playing Scrabble,
Kristin is worth 11 points.

Kristin (of the Looney variety) is the Business Czar (Owner, CEO, President) of Looney Labs.

Kristin spent her first 15 years after college working as an Electronics Engineer at NASA and an IT Manager in the aerospace industry - while running a little part-time game business on the side in her spare time. In early 1999 she jumped off the cliff, leaving her day job behind to work full-time running and growing her own business, Looney Labs. The games of Looney Labs are available in stores worldwide, in large part due to Kristin's business and marketing savvy. Kristin fosters the large community of 'Mad Lab Rabbits', who are spreading the word of Fluxx and the rest of the Looney's games far and wide. Kristin's earliest claim to fame came at age 16 when she solved a Rubik's Cube in 35.50 seconds on the TV show That's Incredible, and her enthusiasm for puzzles and games is still going strong.

other random things about Kristin...

I never play Scrabble - or any word games - but I LOVE wooden scrabble letters.
I created Wunderland.Com's first electronic book, Kristin's Coasters - but I don't ride coasters much these days.
I also created an art project called The Space Under The Window.
I designed one of the most popular pyramid games, Volcano.
I finally published the smaller cheaper simpler version of Fluxx I have been working towards for years!
I like Aquarius the best of all Andy's games.
I think Chrononauts is his most impressive design, but I think he'll be remembered for the pyramids.
I did the voice saying 'Uh Oh' at you each time you die in the video game Icebreaker.
I love to watch stupid movies on TV but don't usually have the time.
I love Andy's writings - my favorite of his short stories is The Emperor Must Die
I work for NASA for 10 years designing high speed computer chips for telemetry systems.
I am very lucky to have two best friends - my husband Andy and my girlfriend Alison.
I founded a fan club for my Andy's games. I love our fans!
I am going to be getting a dog in the relatively near future, although I don't really like dogs.
I love cats. I miss Aslan and feel a big lack of feline presense at Wunderland.earth.
I live with several dozen gund bears - who have silly adventures - and bring joy to our lives.
I have never cleaned the bathroom in the house I've lived in for 15 years.
I make the tye-dyed bandannas that I wear on my head.
I solved the Rubik's cube on the TV show That's Incredible in 35 seconds when I was 16.
I published The Monthly Blubonian in 6th grade and copy machine creations in college.
I got my first computer in '77 when I was 12 - an Altos with 64k running the CPM operating system.
I established my nerd standing babbling at school about floppy disks when nobody had heard of a computer.
I still have the 8" floppy disks with the BASIC programs I wrote the next year on our new Northstart Advantage.
I love green olives - on pizza, in omelets, or just by themselves.
I am incapable of holding a grudge, since I simply don't remember the details of bad things.
I have only worn makeup twice in my life, both times when I was in high school.
I fell and put my hand through a window once - and almost cut off my pinky finger.
I have all sorts of pictures of me online: some favorites: * * * * * and some others * * * * * * * * * *.
I also have an apartment deep inside Andy's Brain.
I am attracted to women with really long hair.
I avoid people wearing perfume and smoke pot medically for my migrane headaches.
I once flew to Chicago to visit a friend, and discovered I was barefoot and had brought no shoes.

I was born in Boulder CO in '65 - but lived my childhood in DeKalb, IL - 60 miles NW of Chicago.
I have wonderful parents who publish amazing travel logs on their web site.
I have a sister named Ruth, who doesn't have a web site... but her son Dustan is building one.
I lived in Nottingham England for a year in '72 when I was seven - but never met Robbin Hood.
I broke my back when I was 7 - in scotland - big black Jaguar squashed the little red Fiat.
I am also very glad to be alive after our drive to DragonCon in the summer of 2004.
I was your basic science nerd in high school, competing in math contests and such.
I spent my Saturday mornings at Fermilab listening to physics lectures and playing Colossal Cave.
I painted one of my toenails black in high school when John Lennon was shot. It's still black today.
I went to college at both the U of IL and the U of MD, and learned a lot about life and about science.
I had a full sized arcade machine, a game called Eliminator, living with me in my dorm room in college.
I took an electronics lab with really awesome lab equipment that led me to a job at NASA Goddard.
I met Andy at NASA and we became close friends, we went to lunch together and fell in love.
I was born Kristin Wunderlich and named our house Wunderland with a 'U' when I became Looney.
I was employee number 12 at TSI TeySys for three years before going full time with Looney Labs.
I run a little game company called Looney Labs. Thanks for reading my web page!