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Our 2015 convention schedule!

It’s barely November, but we’re already excited about 2015! Check out our convention schedule:

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We’re planning to attend these conventions in some sort of capacity, either as vendors, attendees, press or even guests!  As the conventions get closer, we’ll have more details for you!  And we’re excited about MomoCon’s Cosplay on Ice coming up, so keep an eye out for those costumes, coming soon!

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Psionics: The Next Stage in Human Evolution

PsionicsAvatar3.largeWe had a great time at GenCon this year!  We’ve been busy getting ready for Dragon Con, so expect more GenCon goodies after the Labor Day weekend, but this just couldn’t wait!

We had the distinct pleasure of meeting and chatting with Mikaela Barree of End Transmission Games, an independent game design company based out of New York.  She told us about their existing products, and the Kickstarter they have going right now!  Check it out below!

You can check out their Kickstarter here!  Let’s spread the love for independent game designers!

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SCARAB – Baby GenCon!

1499523_650224921695312_2034536778_nWe went to SCARAB over the Martin Luther King Jr weekend in Columbia, SC. It was our first time as vendors, and we had a great time! The staff was courteous and polite, super-helpful and always smiling. As vendors, we were placed in the boardgame room, and it was great fun to see all the smiling faces.  SCARAB is truly a family event, with programs, called tracks, for everyone.  There were games for the kids and non-gaming activities for the “widows” – people who came to be supportive, but who aren’t all that into gaming themselves.  This year, SCARAB introduced an anime track and a costume contest!  It truly felt like a small GenCon, with great Southern charm.

IMG_5465[1]One of the products that premiered at SCARAB was a game called Hull Breach.  Having just finished a successful Kickstarter campaign, the fine folks over at Not-So-Broken games were showing us how to play.

This small convention won’t stay small for long.  Next year’s date has already been set – January 16-19.  So clear a spot on your calendar, because this is one convention you don’t want to miss!