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Thursday, March 28, 2013

International Table Top Day

So this weekend I was supposed to be running a Swords & Wizardry Complete Demo at Stay and Play Games  for their Stay and Play Games International Table Top Day Event.  Unfortunately I do not have a sitter for my five year old daughter, and so I had to bow out.  On the bright side, there is a good looking ITTD event going on on the east side (for those in Metro-Detroit.)  Here is a shake down from their various pages:


Door Prizes, giveaways and Demos all day. Drinks and snacks available to purchase. Now, it’s time to take tabletop gaming’s popularity to the next level. Beginning on March 30th of this year, there will be an annual International TableTop Day, a day to celebrate board games and tabletop gaming and play games with colleagues, family, and friends.
2 dollars at the door admission. Members get in FREE.

Food all day....coneys will start at 11am, then afterwards we move into LUNCH....fish and chips or perhaps broasted chicken? You decide, even steak dinners will be available. food will be served 11 to 8pm. come hungry come ready to play.

 Actual game day schedule for saturday march 30 is coming together. we will have 5 tables of board game demo's going all at once all day and evening. 11am-11pm. Food all day until 8pm. Prizes for demo winners, giveaways, promotional sales, 50/50 raffles and membership drive. All board games are marked from 10-40 percent off. Warhammer 40k up to 20 percent off. Game schedule for the whole day will be posted later today so keep checking. Thanks for your support.

11am until 6pm Table 1 and 2................Warhammer 40k...........come learn, come play, just come.


I have been to Stay and Play, and they seem to be pretty good folks.  I mean, hell, they were going to let me run a Swords & Wizardry demo.  This looks to be like it will turn out to be a mini-convention, and it sounds sweet.  If the games they list don't tickle your fancy, go check out their IMMENSE game library!  It sounds like a blast, and I wish I could be there.  If you're in Metro Detroit on the east side, you should be!