We think that PINS originated partly through a love of making maps. This means to play PINS you will need to make maps, in as peculiar a manner as you can.
We tell you how to do so, here. Meanwhile, maybe these photocopies can bring some inspiration.
A photograph of a photocopy of a sheet – one of many – listing North Norfolk golf courses. The photocopier received this sheet as part of a package listing more golf courses in North Norfolk in 1990, when receiving photocopied notes in the post was a novelty. Maybe this will help you to think what you want to create your maps from.
A photograph of a photocopy of a sheet with a grid where you can make a cat with a bowtie. All part of the British Army’s recruitment drive in the north of England in the 1990s. Comments are not those of the photocopier. But maybe this will help you to think what you want to create your maps from.
A photograph of a photocopy of a photograph taken by the photocopier in the 1990s, somewhere near a hill called Jeffrey Hill in East Lancashire. The photocopier’s parents told him that nearby was a function room where they held their wedding reception in 1966. It’s now gone, of course. Like most things. Maybe this will help you to think what you want to create your maps from.