This Saturday is Unity Games 16, an all-day boardgaming event in WOO-BIN, just outside of Boston. As always, the gang is totally keyed up for it. (Becky thinks it’s funny how we approach this like a military operation every time.) There’s been a math trade already over on BGG, in which I got rid of some old stuff and got some new stuff (including Endeavor, which I’m pleased to own), and there’s an auction going on right now in which I’m doing the same. (Trades and auctions are always great for these events, since there’s no shipping involved.)
We’re also discussing via email how exactly we’re caravaning up there, and are including, as per tradition, a stop at the Fifties Diner (its actual name) to fuel up beforehand.
The doors open at 9 in the morning and close at midnight, and we’re usually there until they kick us out. We squeeze every ounce of value out of our twelve bucks!
I’ve signed up to teach people how to play Small World, and I’m also doing an unofficial teaching game of Steam as well. I’ve been making a list of things I want to keep an eye out for to try out, and requesting on BGG that people bring things I’m curious about.
If you’re near Boston and want to have fun boardgaming times, consider dropping by Unity Games!