BoardGameGeek.Con starts this week, and we’re excited to be a part of it again! This annual convention in Dallas, Texas, has become one of the most fun events we do all year and a great way to close out the convention season. This year Justin will be running demos and selling games at booth #313 in the exhibitor hall. If you haven’t had a chance to play Bears! or pick up your copy of The Wizard’s Tower yet, this will be a great opportunity.
As for Dead Panic, it’s scheduled to arrive at our warehouse the week after BGG.Con. That means while we won’t have copies there in-hand to sell, we can take payment at the show for direct delivery to you starting the following week. The cost will be $45.00 ($40.00 for the game, plus $5.00 shipping and handling). If you’d just like to see the game in person, there will be a copy in the BGG library, in addition to the demos being run at our booth. We’re excited to see everyone at the show and can’t wait to get our Geek on!
Next Wednesday, November 14th will be the start of BGGCon up in Dallas. We’re always up for playing games with thousands of our friends, but this year is extra special since we will be attending as Exhibitors for the first time in years! Continue reading BoardGameGeekCon is Next Week!
Are you looking for some extra goodies to go with your Castle Panic, or Wizard Tower games? Are you handy with scissors and glue? Do you just like free stuff? Then you’re in luck! Continue reading Free Castle Panic Goodies!
For those of you who’ve seen us at a convention in the last year or so, you had the opportunity to grab one of our awesome Feather bookmarks. These handy-dandy creations may look like ordinary bookmarks, and it’s true that they keep your place in a book with excellent precision, allowing you to return to the exact place you were last reading with pinpoint accuracy. But they do much more than that.
It’s almost mid-November, so that means it’s time for one of our favorite conventions of the year: BGG.Con! How can we not love a huge gaming convention that’s a big party and is within driving distance?
On January 24th, Tom Vasel’s newborn son Jack passed away due to medical issues. Tom is well known to most gamers as the face of The Dice Tower review site and a huge supporter of our hobby. Tom posted an update of baby Jack’s condition on the Board Game Geek website here. There is also a very touching video tribute to Jack that you can watch on YouTube. Continue reading In Memory of Jack Vasel
Last weekend saw a small army of gamers march into Dallas for the 2010 Board Game Geek Convention. It’s an amazing gathering every year and just like the last times I’ve been, it’s pretty much more fun than you should be allowed to have. Continue reading BGGCon 2010
BGGCon wrapped up over a week ago and it went great. We’ve eaten more than our share of Thanksgiving turkey since then, and now it’s time to report back. We arrived late on Wednesday, so we weren’t able to set up until Thursday morning. We were sharing our vendor area with the guys from Steve Jackson Games and AEG. It didn’t take long to figure out that this would be a fun group to hang out with. Continue reading BGGCon wrap up!