Pixel Tactics
Pixel Tactics is a head-to-head game of tactical combat for two players. Each player has an identical deck of 25 cards, from which they draft a leader. The leader's abilities alter vastly the strategy and playability of every other card in the deck, making the game playable in 25 different ways.
In the game, players take turns placing cards and attacking. Each card can activate in various ways, taking on offensive capabilities in the front rows of the unit, or support powers in the back rows. Cards can also be played as orders – powerful single-time effects that can turn the tide of battle.
Play continues until either player's leader is defeated. A typical game is best of three or five rounds.
Pixel Tactics takes place in the same world and uses many of the characters from Level 99 Games' BattleCON: War of Indines, but its game play is entirely unrelated.


Way of the Panda
Way of the Panda is a worker-placement game in which players control three different figures — monk, merchant, and warrior — on a board. With a worker-placement mechanism, the players choose their action to move around the board, build buildings, train their character in fighting, and gain wisdom (which nets victory points at game's end and serves as a multiplier), but they also have to pay action points to choose these actions. If they choose stronger actions, they must pay more and cannot go back on the action board (as in Egizia).
The players train their characters and fight against the evil guys on each street on the map. Also, they construct buildings to try to connect north and south with their own streets.


June 26 (Tuesday)  - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Game Demos


June 12 (Tuesday)  - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

June 05 (Tuesday)  - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Cross Hares Testing Grounds
The first game in the Cross Hares line — each of which will be standalone with its own expansions — is Cross Hares: Testing Ground, a fairly straightforward game in which you want to move down a trail from your starting area in order to "defeat" a factory at the end of the line.
To start, each player chooses one of the six available characters. As you move down the trail, you'll draw cards, which might be good or bad for you, bad for opponents, or terrible for everyone at the table. You'll also acquire useful items and specialties — with each character having a different set of things to find — have adventures, and come into conflict with other players. Conflict in Cross Hares takes the form of either shoving each other back and forth around the map or stealing items.
Don't worry if you're far back on the path away from everyone else as with the right events or die rolls, you can race ahead of the others! Once you get to the factory, though, you'll need all of your skills and items to defeat it, so be sure you save some of your strength for that.

Warhammer 40,000 Heroes of Black Reach
The Heroes System Tactical Scale expands beyond the Norman bocages to the very stars into the universe of Warhammer 40,000®!
On the hive-world of Black Reach, an Ork Waaagh! breaks, jeopardizing this sector of the galaxy!
You will soon be able to help the Ultramarines in their merciless fight against the Warlord Zanzag and relive the grim adventures of Captain Cato Sicarius and Sergeant Scout Marines Torias Telion!
To introduce you to Warhammer 40,000 Heroes of Black Reach, we decided to make an entire standalone demo game – you’ll just need to find 2 six-sided dice somewhere. You’ll be able to play a full game and fight for the Emperor or for the mighty WAAAGH!


June 19 (Tuesday)  - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Come down and play for a chance to win free games and get free promos!