• October 5, 2013 · 12:00 PM
  • St. Marks

Its BACSIM time so come join Grant and the BACSIM crew at St. Marks in Tonawanda. People generally start rolling in around noon and the gaming lasts until the last people leave - generally late in the evening. Bringing food and (non-alcoholic) drink is fine and usually at some point pizza or subs are ordered so bring cash if you want to partake. Refrigerators and a kitchen are available if you are feeling culinarily inclined.  There is no structure to the game playing so just bring whatever you might want to play from your collection and see if you can find another player. As Grant put it: "The most popular game at BACSIM is the 'What Should We Play Now?' game." Its a great place to get those longer games to the table. And don't be afraid, its not all wargames and 18xx, there are plenty of Euro games that hit the table. I've played many of the same games at BACSIM that I've played at our Wednesday meetups. Come on out and play!

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  • Hastur K.

    King of Tokyo.... Awesome game! Thank you for teaching how to play John. Appreciate it.

    1 · October 6, 2013

  • Hastur K.

    This was my first time out to Buffalo Boardgames Meetup and BACSIM. I thought it was fun. Played a couple of new games and meet some new people. Would attend again in the future.

    October 6, 2013

  • Amakusa42

    Thanks to everyone who showed up! Loved it, had a great time. Enjoyed playing King of Tokyo with everyone!

    October 5, 2013

  • Amakusa42

    Got a new boardgame! King of Tokyo. Should be fun.

    October 4, 2013

  • Rob_Canada

    Is anyone there earlier than noon?

    October 4, 2013

    • Grant L.

      Yeah. There is usually 4 or 5 people there around 11 am or so.

      October 4, 2013

  • G. P.

    I would like to run a mini-tournament for "1775 The American Revolution" made by Academy Games (Ohio, USA). It will run on Sat. October 5, 2013 meeting from 1 PM to 6 PM. Looking for at least 4 players to offer a prize, there will be no entry fee. Head to head (single Player per side if all possible) play in three rounds of round-robin style tournament. I always like to see special "stuff"/ events at the meetings and hope this will inspire others to do the same.

    September 18, 2013

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