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International TableTop Day

  • Mar 30, 2013 · 8:00 AM

30th March is International TableTop Day (obviously)

In which gamers are being encouraged to go out among the masses and show unto them the glory of tabletop games.

I have nothing to suggest at the moment. Given the English weather plonking a table in town centre will probably be unpleasant
(not to mention the tiresome inevitability that some official will complain you need a licence. Or, this being Stevenage, the underlying base probability of just getting into a fight)

As the website mentions you could always try and crash down in a coffee shop or supermarket restaurant if you have something short and compact :)

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  • Tony A.

    We are, by coincidence not design, attending a murder, mystery dinner party thing that night. That is not actually a tabletop game (more like a really bad RPG I suppose) so I will be taking along a board game or two with the hope of convincing all to play when the murder has been solved. If anyone is up for a quick flash mob game at a coffee shop/pub/supermarket cafe during the day then I'd be up for trying it!

    1 · March 25, 2013

  • Karl W.

    In light of it being International Table Top Day, I will be attempting to get my in-laws to play a board game - I'm currently thinking Mundus Novus (it's a card game, how bad can it be?).

    Now I realise this isn't a challenge like Stevenage, but I believe it's still a challenge!

    I could just take Settlers of Catan and have done with it ;-)

    March 25, 2013

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