Come down to The Sentry Box on Saturday December 1st for our Smash Up Tournament. Entry to the event is $5.00 and 8 entrants will receive a Smash Up Titans booster pack.
We will be playing the original Smash Up with no expansions.
Depending on the number of entrants, we will divide up the groups for the first round, with the 8 highest scoring players receiving the booster pack. Then the winners of the games – or highest scoring players depending on the number of entrants – will advance to the final game to compete to win upgraded tokens and a token bag.
If we get 4 or fewer players this will be one round with the winner of that game being the overall winner. If we get at least 7 players the winner will also receive a custom Smash Up gaming mat!
This event will be starting promptly at 3pm in the mezzanine, so please arrive by 2:30 pm to register and pay at the front counter prior to the event start.
Come on down to The Sentry Box on Saturday November 3rd for a Ticket to Ride Tournament. Entry is only $5 and all participants will receive a translucent purple Custom Train Set to take home! This train set even includes stations to make it compatible with Ticket to Ride Europe.
There is space for up to 12 players in the first round. We will be playing the original Ticket to Ride game with no expansions. The highest scoring players will advance to the final round and compete to win a Deluxe Train Set of Milk Tankers, also compatible with Ticket to Ride Europe.
This event will be starting promptly at 3pm in the mezzanine, so please arrive early to register and pay at the front counter prior to the event start.
This week we get to see Amanda’s finished boat, more painting by Sue and as always, games! Unsurprisingly Greg started his week with more Ganz Schön Clever, “Still playing this pretty regularly and I’d say my scores are slowly improving. It’s just so quick, easy and addictive.” He played again later in the week with disappointing results, ” A bonehead move in the final round meant that despite going into the round with four re-rolls I ended up only being able to take one die and finished the game with a +1 I wasn’t able to use, giving me my lowest ever score at 139. Ouch.”