Another date night where we opted to stay in. We only only have one game that begins with "k" it seems: King of Tokyo which is a dice rolling game (with a little bit of card enhancing). I handily defeated Matt with this pumpkin guy.
We have no games that begin with "h", "i", [actually we have iKnow, which isn't a 2 player game] or "j" so our next game was Guillotine, which is one of my favorites. It's a card game where you attempt to execute the most nobles by collecting their cards. It's pretty fast to learn and has a lot of variation due to strategy, though it's also possible to enjoy ambling through the game. (You aren't going to win if you amble, though.) This game was recommended to me by Dan, who was in my teaching cohort in graduate school. We used to have two copies, from before we moved in together when we each had our own.
Sadly, Matt handily defeated me.
Guillotine is our only "g" game and so that brought us to Flux. We're getting close to the end of our game tour, though I think we need to loop back around and catch the games that have been acquired since we began our quest.
Flux is a card game where the rules and the goals are constantly changing. I really enjoy the fast-paced nature of Flux and how variable it is. Matt beat me, though.