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Washington Conference Centennial

by Dave Boundy

6 Nov 2021

Anerley Town Hall

Game fee is £30.00

The Megagame of big power politics and diplomacy in 1921. An immersive experience making you a key mover in the conference that defined international relationships and sowed the seeds of a short peace and a devastating war.

The Bastard Comes

by Andrew Hadley

4 Dec 2021

Anerley Town Hall

Game fee is £30.00

The megagame of resistance to the Norman Conquest - set in the aftermath of the Battle of Hastings. The Normans and their allies seek the crown and the rich lands of England. The Anglo-Saxons would like to preserve their kingdom and their family holdings. Other neighbours (Celts, Vikings and Franks in particular) may take the opportunity to get involved, or to use the time to settle their own internal affairs.

Lace Wars

by Bernie & Gareth

14 May 2022

Anerley Town Hall

Game fee is £30.00

The Seven Years War (1756-63) was actually the most bloody and world-wide war in the Eighteenth Century, many have called it The First World War due to being fought in Europe, North America, Caribbean, India and the trade routes of the world. It was a bloody and so exhausting war for all the major powers, that it needed to end up with a workable Peace Treaty!

The Bear Growls

by Terry

2 Jul 2022

Anerley Town Hall

Game fee is £30.00

A political megagame set in the late 2020s. In an era of increasing international confrontation, a crisis suddenly arises in the Baltic. As tensions mount and events seem to be spiralling out of control, can the crisis be resolved without a potentially disastrous war breaking out?

Introduction

Like many recent additions to the megagaming community, I first encountered the hobby via a certain video by Shut Up and Sit Down. I was already a keen board game enthusiast and roleplayer, so megagames were a natural, if daunting step. I found the community welcoming and friendly and the games fascinating and engaging.

My first game, By the Grace of God, revisits the events immediately following the capture of Charles I at the end of the first English Civil War - a period of history which I find fascinating. It is mostly a game of politics and negotiation, although some military conflict is likely to break out! Time will tell if I'm foolish enough to attempt to design another game...

Game Designs


Edward Silverstone
5th October 2019By the Grace of GodAnerley Town Hall