Tabletop Central

Our good friends from Force Perspective Entertainment ran their own tabletop gaming convention last weekend and it was a huge success! CUDO Plays was there and many past and current competitors attended and played games.

 

 

Upcoming Events

Beer & Board Games – Saturday, September 28th

Cafeteria & Company, Urbana @ 6:00pm – 9:00pm

CUDO Plays has joined forces with Cafeteria & Company to help them run their bi-monthly game nights. Come out to Cafe & Co. every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month to chill with some games, snacks, and beer/wine/coffee. Don’t miss the fun!  Facebook Event  

 

Board Game Bootcamp – Sunday, September 29th

Champaign Public Library @ 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Not sure you could ever design your own game? This event is for you! Come on down for an afternoon of fast-paced game design and prototyping. See what you can come up with! You’ll be put into groups and randomly given mechanics and a theme to incorporate into your game. We’ll provide all the dice, cards, boards, bits and other materials you could possibly need for your prototype. Bootcamp is an amazing experience for all involved. If you can only attend one CUDO Plays event this season, try to make it this one! Facebook event

 

 

Pitch Night – Sunday, October 6th

Pixo @ 6:00pm – 8:30pm

Looking for a team to join, or have a great idea and need a few more members for your own team? Just want to show of your game ideas? Pitch Night will be hosted at the Pixo cafe space at 109 W. Goose Alley in Urbana. Facebook event

 

CUDO Plays Recommends

This week CUDO Plays recommends Petrichor.

Petrichor is the earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil. In this game the players move clouds with water droplets, and then rain those droplets onto specific fields, to make sure they have the right amount of water for the Harvest. During a Harvest, crops that have been watered enough are scored! Players are able to influence when, and how often the harvest happens. Players need to strike a fine balance between maintaining control of the different fields as well as influencing Harvest, to make sure the two come together at the optimal time.

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