Good news everyone!
Space Cadets has turned up, so we will have that to play today! Hooray!
Gambling Lambs takes place *TODAY* How exciting. Come along and play games from our huge selection, or bring your own and share them with the group, we love finding new things to play!
This is the last one of this year, and I can’t say whether or not we’ll have a special edition of a certain game *cough*. It all depends on whether or not I get time to amend certain rules and create new cards on my lunch today. So probably not. But WE’LL SEE.
It’s also the perfect opportunity to swap christmas presents/cards with people you might not see again until next year!
See you all soon!
Find the event here on Facebook and here on Google+.
We’re smack in the middle of GameCity 8 at the moment, but nothing stops us preparing for the next Gambling Lambs, which happens in 2 weeks time on November 7th!
During the daily Boardgames Library we’ve been running here at GameCity this week, we discovered (thanks to Quinns of internet fame) an excellent game called Space Cadets: Dice Duel, which is a really fast paced, fun dice based game where 2 teams pilot individual spaceships in a quest to destroy the other team’s ship! It’s a heck of a lot of fun, and is released on October 31st, so it’s *possible* that the copy I’m going to order will be here in time, but unlikely. But even if it’s not, we’ll have fun playing the other games we’ve got on offer! Including an excellent game called Mascarade that Kim & Tom bought recently, which is a game about lying and pretending to be in the renaissance. It’s fun!
So, as usual, it’s in Lee Rosy’s Tea from 6-10 in the PM.
We hope to see you there!
Find the event here on Facebook and here on Google+
It’s Half Term.
That means that it’s GameCity time!
Once again, Gambling Lambs has stepped up and will be taking part in an event called GameCity Unplugged.
This is a week long event running at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham. There will be our entire board games library there for people to come and play. There is also a bar and live music from different artists each day of the week! There are other things happening during the days (of which all days, we will be there!), all of which are listed below!
Monday – 5pm-7pm
Live music from 6pm-7pm from the bluesy-folky acoustic tunes of Sam Jones
Tuesday – 11am-7pm
Quintin Smith’s Boardgame Bootcamp
Plus, there’s also live music from 6pm-7pm with the indie/soul music of Lee Gough
Wednesday – 5pm-7pm
With live music from 6pm-7pm from Nottingham’s Ryan Thomas.
Thursday – 5pm-7pm
Plus – Tiny Games from Hide & Seek, a selection of playful, fun, social games to play in everyday situations
With live music from 6pm-7pm from Alexa Hawksworth
Friday – 5pm-8pm
More Tiny Games from Hide & Seek
Also, live music from 6pm-8pm, with Georgie Rose & Daudi Matsiko
You can find out more about all the things that are happening as above on the GameCity schedule, which is here: http://gamecity2013.sched.org/
We hope to see you all there!
So Gambling Lambs holds it’s 50th evening tonight!
The days are getting shorter and colder, it’s harder to wake up in the morning as it’s so gloomy and dull, so come and wash away all those woes with an evening of entertainment galore at Gambling Lambs!
As usual, it’s 6-10 downstairs at Lee Rosy’s.
There will also be GameCity news! Woo!
Hope to see you all there!
This evening is Gambling Lambs!
It’s September’s edition, obviously, and will be the last in the summer months/temperatures, of which I’ve heard nothing but whining about (seewhatididthere?) so far, so please do come along and revel in the temperatures and make the most of what could be the last chance of Ninja we get this year!
Myself (Ross) and David are both in London this week, so we won’t be able to be there with you, however Andrew (Lee Rosy’s) knows we’re absent and is aware that random strangers will come and hassle him for access to the games in the back.
Apologies for the late post, really hope everyone else can make it along!
As usual, the event is available here on Facebook and here on Google+.