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Eastside Games with Friends Weekly Meetup

  • Dec 11, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Welcome to our weekly playgroup!

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 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.

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


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  • Patrick

    Oh yeah... we're up to 312 unique games played at Eastside Gamers! Will we make it 313 tonight? Only one way to find out...

    1 · December 11, 2012

    • Jennifer H.

      I second that! Enjoy the holidays with your family overseas. :)

      December 13, 2012

    • Laurie

      Have a great time!!

      December 13, 2012

  • Jennifer H.

    I had a great time learning Airlines of Europe. Michael is suuuuch a great teacher. 5 of us played is in 90 mins w/Micheal "teaching everything" ;> Then I set up Pandemic and 4 of us "died a great and horrible death" red (as we ran out of those cubes). I finished off my evening of game play with Rob playing Can't Stop!

    December 12, 2012

  • Michael

    Fun, fun, fun!

    December 11, 2012

  • Jennifer H.

    I made the request for Michael to bring and teach me Airlines of Europe. ;) Who wants to join us?

    December 9, 2012

    • Rob

      We should have plenty of time to finish with 5; but we'll need a considerable amount of space--preferably a long table plus a satellite for drinks & stuff. The interesting thing is that there is a fixed amount of money that can be in play; money gets exchanged as much as it does in PowerGrid, hence my comment above.

      December 10, 2012

    • Michael

      Airlines of Europe accommodates five players very well. Money is limited, but it has never been a problem in any of my games. Players tend to spend money as fast as they get it, but money is not tight. Money is "free", and easy to get.

      December 10, 2012

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