Gencon, Boston FiG, and Congress of Gamers

GenCon (the largest tabletop gaming convention in the US) was last week, and New Bedford was there. Drive Through Reviews sat down with Dice Hate me and recorded a Video overview. You can check it out over on the DriveThruGames website, under GenCon 2014 Coverage, or look at it over on BoardGameGeek.

In other events news, New Bedford was selected for the 2014 Boston Festival of Indie Games (FiG) Tabletop Games Showcase. I will be there September 13th demoing all day. Stop by and play!

At the end of September, I will also be heading down to Congress of Gamers, in Rockville, Md, September 27th and 28th. I will have New Bedford, Nantucket, and some other designs for playtesting. This is expected to be an official Unpub Protozone event, but details are not yet available.

The events page has been updated.

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  1. #1 by Nick Mudry on August 21, 2014 - 12:25 pm

    You’ll be at Boston FIG? Awesome! I exhibited last year, but will be there just as a fan of games this year. Looking forward to seeing your game!

    • #2 by Oakleaf Games on August 21, 2014 - 6:04 pm

      Great! This is my first experience at the FIG, but I’m looking forward to it. I have no idea what to expect.

      • #3 by Nick Mudry on August 21, 2014 - 6:59 pm

        It’s a great event. Packed with tons of people who love to play games, and tons of game developers showing off games.

        Everyone has plenty of time to be able to see all the games too, unlike most events.

        It’s also filled with a lot more people than you may expect.

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