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Eastside Games with Friends Weekly Meetup

  • Nov 6, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Welcome to our weekly playgroup!

When it's warm outside Panera is a freezer inside - so please come equipped with a sweater!!! It'll make you feel Better!!!

We are a fun group of people who enjoy getting together to act foolish, make jokes, talk trash, laugh, and play games. Because of the spontaneous nature of our group, we usually show up not knowing what we're going to play. Some days we end up playing just "our faves". The truth is that we'll play any game if someone brings it and convinces us we want to learn how to play it. It's not about what types of games we play, it's that we play games.

We have games starting at various times until 8 with people arriving at various intervals as well. (We are usually able to stay until 9:30 to finish games.)  There really isn't any reason that you can't get into a game no matter when you arrive.

We play American and European games including: Network-building games, Card-based games, Bluffing games, Turn-based Resources games, Board games, Party games, Trivia games, Fantasy card games, Path-making games, Word games, Q&A games, Cooperative games, and Pure Strategy games.  We've played over 160 different games since August 2009!

Click here to see a list of all the games we've played.


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  • Jennifer H.

    I played Railways of Mexico for my second time this evening. Michael, Pete, and Rob played with me. It was an ok attempt on my part to remember strategy and collect pointage. Unfortunately, I also collected 33 bonds - siiiigh - not so good. (I will say that at a Euclid meetup, I topped this count with one of 57 bonds in the Eastern USA version of the game which I played Saturday of this same week... I was out of control *cute smirk*) I then "unwound my nerves" via a crazy game of Caaaan't Stoooop!

    December 13, 2012

  • Jennifer H.

    There was a group of people involved in some weird game played with transluscent pyramids. What was the name of this game? INquiring minds want to know. ;P

    November 28, 2012

  • Michael

    Playing Railways of Mexico and Pandemic was fun.

    November 6, 2012

  • Jennifer H.

    Hey y'all, Nic is missing some Power grid houses last week. Anyone happen to pick 'em up?

    November 3, 2012

    • Rob

      Nic was apparently missing them before the game started; they had to use nuclear fuel to delimit the No-Build Zone.

      1 · November 3, 2012

  • Rob

    Our game of Union Pacific last week was plagued with shenanigans and irregularities, probably including my miscounting the last two (back-to-back) dividends. Only one thing for it: REMATCH!

    1 · November 3, 2012

    • Jennifer H.

      After Railways of the World.... Michael will be teaching us another country. They're countries in this one right?

      November 3, 2012

    • Rob

      Yes, or continental regions (the original is Mexico and bits of the southwest US).

      November 3, 2012

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