GenCon Preview 2013
Yes! GenCon is upon us!
I’m giddy. I’m like a kid in a candy store. Actually, I’m like an adult in a board game store. A really, really big board game store. And I have the freedom to purchase whatever I want. “Psyched” falls far short of how excited I am!
I was planning on writing a nice long article about all the awesome things I’m planning on doing, and all the awesome games I’m planning on playing, and all the awesome people I’m planning on meeting. But I’m so excited I just can’t focus enough to put all the words together.
So instead, here are links to the games I’m interested in checking out:
- Robinson Crusoe
- Kingdom Builder: Crossroads
- Mars Needs Mechanics
- Lewis & Clark
- The Little Prince
- The Phantom Society
- Relic Runners
- Francis Drake
- Relic Expedition
- Pay Dirt
- Maximum Throwdown
There are also a ton of unpublished games that I’m looking forward to playing. You can find a good list of unpubbed games that are available for demoing on Grant Rodiek’s Hyperbole Games GenCon 2013 Prototype Preview.
I would also like to mention all the awesome people I’m going to meet, but I know I’d leave some people off the list by mistake. There are a ton of you out there! I can’t wait to meet you in person!
Finally, if you want to demo Scoville feel free to tweet at me (@EdPMarriott) during the convention and we’ll figure something out. The after hours open gaming area is probably the best bet. On Friday and Saturday I’ll likely be wearing these shirts:
And my GenCon contribution to society is that I will be giving away SWAG buttons to the people who want to demo Scoville! I am grateful to Ken Grazier (@demo_ken) of Geek-Craft.com for making the buttons for me! I’m very much looking forward to handing them out!
So if you’re going to be at GenCon, let’s get together for some boards or barley! I’m looking forward to meeting so many awesome people and making so many awesome memories.
Posted on August 13, 2013, in The Boards and tagged awesomeness, board games, games, gencon, GenCon preview. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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