The Flea Market, Saturday 2pm, is
a chance to buy, sell and trade games from your collection. Set-up for sellers at the Flea Market is 1:45 pm. We have set aside a room for the flea market so that non-sellers won't have access before the start time. There is no
charge for members to participate. Bring as many games to sell as you
want. Dealers may not sell new games at the flea market. (TBA)
Game designers and publishers, Demo Alley at Game-o-Rama is a chance to show your prototypes, Kickstarter projects and published games to the over 400 gamers we expect to attend. There is no charge for space for members. While games can be demoed at any time, there are three scheduled sessions: Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 4pm. (Main hall between Salon A-B)
Thursday, 8:30 Social Games
David Satterfield will host Good Cop Bad Cop and One Night (Washington)
Friday, 3pm: Parsely # ???? DeathTrap Dungeon!
You awaken to the sound of the heavy iron door slamming shut. Your worst fear has been realized: you have been thrown into the DeathTrap Dungeon! Do not stick your arm into the demon's mouth. This is game is a dungeon crawl using the Parsely system. It features the standard dungeon crawl tropes and makes good use of the Parsely mechanics. No signup sheet and players can drop in/out. The session should last from 2-3 hours. Hosted by Frank Branham. (Washington)
Friday, 4pm: Mythos Tales
Welcome to H.P. Lovecraft's Arkham, the 1920s. There will be many mysteries to uncover in this storytelling game of Lovecraftian terror. Your score will depend upon the number of clues points you needed to visit, the risks you took to your sanity in your investigations and your ability to find the correct answers to the questions. Match wits with Armitage's final score the man who has been exposed to the sanity-blasting truth about the existence of the age old evil! Can you beat his score? Co-designer Will Kenyon will host. (Salon C)
Friday 9pm: Google Feud
Think Family Feud doesn't poll enough people for their answers? Then try Google Feud! Join Wes Wilson with Play On Con for this fun twist on your favorite game show! Your group of contestants must figure out what millions of Google users have chosen to autocomplete the phrase. The answers will surprise you! (Washington)
Saturday 10am: Nerdy Jewelry Workshop!
Come explore fun options for being crafty, stylish and geeky at the same time! Hillary will have supplies and lessons prepared for a few different nerdy jewelry workshops and will let the group decide which one they would like to do. All tools and supplies will be provided. No experience or artistic ability necessary. Ages 12+ welcome. Hosted by Hillary Wilson (who will also have a selection of her own pieces for sale at the event). (Salon C)
Saturday 10pm: Werewolf
Players can sign up in advance. If there is interest we can run a second evening session. Thanks to David Satterfield for hosting. Games available include Bezier Games' Ultimate Werewolf, One Night and Daybreak. Players will be entered in a drawing to win a copy. (Salon C)
Bob Solow of CLS Games posted some photos of the first Game-o-Rama.
You can reach the event organizer, Ward Batty, via email. Game-o-Rama is owned and operated by Game-o-Rama, LLC.