Storytelling games are usually pretty hit-or-miss with not a lot falling in between those two points for most people. None of that changes with Call to Adventure. We found it to be very fun and look forward to multiple plays yet.
Like most story telling games its lighter on strategy but there is a lot more player-directed action than most storytelling games, to the point the storytelling takes a back seat to the lighter game play.
The Midwest Gaming Classic is the largest gaming convention in Wisconsin with an annual attendance of 10k gamers! Again we’re providing the table-top game library where we loan out games, showcase games, and demo games. Its a big show and takes a lot of preparation so we’ve gotten an early start to all the work…
Publishers! Do we have your latest games in our collection? If not, and you’d like to have us put your game in front of thousands of faces and have it played by hungry gamers, now is the time to contact us to make the arrangements to get them to us!
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The Faceless arrived at the Milwaukee Company of Gamers and we got a few plays in. The manipulating magnets to affect a compass as the main mechanic is pretty nifty.
The sculpts are ultra-fantastic as well so we may be looking at getting them a pro paint job.
No wins yet as we’ve been nothing but victims of Billygoat and his sack full of little kid’s memories, but it seems its quite doable. Check it out if you’re coming to an event.
Come join us on Feb 2nd at Game Universe Brookfield for food, fun, and games! https://www.facebook.com/events/405272090241721/