Tabletop Games Play Test Saturday Sep 21st

  • September 21, 2013 · 12:00 PM
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Game Salute Tabletop Games Design Center is in the Firdale Village Center at 9633 Firdale Ave in Edmonds. There's no sign yet for us, but it's really easy to find. We're in the front building on the side that faces the main road and situated between the hair salon and the Colonial Pantry restaurant. http://goo.gl/maps/Jwsjr

I will provide light snacks and soft drinks. You are welcome to bring your own lunch or there is an Indian take out and a Pizza place in the same center if you'd like to get lunch and eat while you play.

What we play often depends on which designers show up to lead us through their games. If you plan to bring a game to be tested, please post details about that game in the comments below and I will update this page so everyone knows what we're going to play.


MERC MAYHEM by Andrew Federsliel

2-4 Players, 60 Minutes

As a provocateur, you start with a single mercenary (merc) and set out to complete a single mission. Success presents allows you to enlist another merc and instigate another mission. Grow your team of mercs and complete four missions to win the game, but look out, you're not the only anarchist out there! Your competition would like nothing better than to manipulate your team to complete their own missions of discord. 


PENTARC by Isaias Vallejo

2-4 Players, 60 to 90 Minutes

A Dark Lord is rising from the Pit of Evil and all of the terrible monsters that haunt the night are flocking to his service. Can the kingdoms that surround the Pit gather their soldiers, archers, and wizards in time to fight back the darkness, or will the land be overrun by evil? 


FLUMMOX by John Moller and T.C. Petty III

2-5 Players, 30 to 45 Minutes

Somewhere out in the wild, a mysterious and unique animal exists called the Flummox. It's your job to maneuver the Flummox into a position to snap a picture that your newspaper editor will pay money for and to spoil the shots of your competitors. Players use a track made up of game cards to chase the Flummox around to their area to score reward cards, or send the Flummox to other player areas to pass on negative rewards to them.

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  • David M.

    Hope she gets well soon.

    September 21, 2013

  • Frank S.

    Wife is sick, not coming today.

    September 21, 2013

  • dannygoodisman

    I'm moving this weekend so I can't come this time.

    September 19, 2013

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