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Cooperative, Team, and Party Games Night

Eat, drink, and enjoy board and card games in a welcoming, friendly, and relaxed environment.

This is cooperative, team, and party games night. What is a "cooperative", "team", or "party" game?

• A cooperative game is a game in which all players work together to try and win the game. Everyone wins or loses together. A few examples of cooperative games are Pandemic, Sentinels of the Multiverse, Forbidden Island, Forbidden Desert, and Dungeon Fighter.

• A team game is a game in which a group of players work together to try and win against another group - or multiple groups - of players. A few examples of team games are Ticket to Ride (Team Asia Map), Smallworld (Six-Player Team Map), Space Cadets Dice Duel, Betrayal at House on the Hill, and classic "partnership" card games. Many games can be played as team games simply by pairing people up on a team.

• A party game is a game for a large group that focuses on silly fun. Party games often feature teams, and tend to last about a half an hour. A few examples of party games are Wits and Wagers, Panic on Wall Street, Pit, Say Anything, Cards Against Humanity, Bang: The Dice Game, Time's Up, Werewolf, and Nerts.

You are welcome to bring a game that you think fits in this category to the game night if you like, but you don't have to bring a game. Remember that there will always be a selection of games for you to choose from that the hosts will provide.

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  • Jesse T.

    Thanks for the fun games everybody, and for bearing with us trying to figure out the haunty house one. ;)

    Say, can anybody recommend an Android or an Iphone app for turn timers for games that could really benefit from that, such as paperboy?

    2 · August 31, 2014

  • fanogen

    We had a blast! I may bring yet another person with me next week. :-D

    2 · August 31, 2014

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    August 30, 2014

  • Katie

    Really appreciate the help teaching games, and the friendly people. Fun night!

    1 · August 30, 2014

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