Regular Scheduling Will Not Resume . . .

 

Lots of big announcements to make this week folks. But first, let’s thank all of our official TableTop Day Geeks, who did a fine job last Saturday keeping the geek currency out of participants’ hands during the Beat the Geek challenges; we wound up raffling off lots of great prizes in the evening. According to many who attended, TableTop Day was a huge success, and our volunteer Geeks are almost entirely responsible for the praise we have received. So stay Geeky all of you!

Now with TableTop day behind us, it is time to resume our regularly scheduled programming, buuutttt, actually, we’re making some dramatic changes to our regular programming. First off, we are going to finally be open on Mondays, from 11am-7pm. Ben O. will be in charge, so stop by to say hi, he may be a bit lonely on Mondays until word gets out.

The second change to our schedule is a big boy and likely to cause a few tears. For some time now we have been seeking a way to offer a wider variety of gaming events, some for hobby gamers and some for broader audiences. Our Caverna release party in January and our recent 7 Wonders tournament are examples of the types of events we would like to offer. We have decided that Saturday nights are the best nights for us to offer these events, and have made the decision to cancel the regular Strategy Saturday game nights to give us greater flexibility.

SAY WHAT! I’ll repeat that since the shock may cause some to disbelieve.

Saturday, May 17, will be our final regular Saturday game night.

Wednesday game nights are still full on, and great events will still be happening on Saturday nights, just not every Saturday, so stay tuned and plan on joining us!

And for the last announcement, which may pale in comparison to the prior two, I have finally created a 2-Player only section in the rental library. Most of our regularly renting customers are couples seeking great head-to-head games. Currently in the section we have Summoner Wars, Targi, Babel, Asante, 2-player Agricola, and others that were already on the shelf just not in their own private section. Look for these games on the back of the window table until we work out a better home for them. I just played Babel yesterday with a customer (yes, a big perk of the job when you run a non-Magic shop), and we had a great time. Babel is a very aggressive and challenging struggle of wits and luck.

Have a fine spring weekend everyone, I’ll leave you with a list of current staff picks, new arrivals, and games recently added to our rental shelf.

Current Staff Picks: Corto, Splendor, Spyrium, Concept, Star Realms, Babel, Continental Express.

Recent Arrivals: Star Realms (an awesome 2-player deck-builder recommended by Ben, try this puppy if you like your deck-building), The Doom that Came to Atlantic City, Descent: Nerekhall, Hive: Pillbug, Splendor.

New Rentals: The Doom that Came to Atlantic City, Quantum, Lewis & Clark, Africana, Concept, Splendor.


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