We are New York City's premiere gaming club and have been promoting the hobby for over twenty years.
Located at 522 5th Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn,
our members are active gamers who enjoy: Military wargames
Miniature gaming and modeling
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Just a reminder for club members, we have to have a majority of club members present at the meeting to conduct any business. At our July meeting we were getting a bit close to the minimum. Finally, a reminder, if you are planning on sponsoring a new member, you need to do so in the next day or two for them to be eligible for keys at the October mee[...]
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I’ve written previously about my longtime career in the photo and film licensing industry, starting out in the mid-1990s as a historic photo researcher. One of my former employers, Getty Images, made a surprise announcement this week that it was making available for free some 35 million images for non-commercial use in social media and … Continue reading → […]
I’m about 10 years late to the WWII board game Memoir ’44, but after a few first plays through it this past weekend I’m glad this modern classic is now part of my gaming arsenal. Released by Days of Wonder on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the D-Day Normandy Invasion in 2004, the game … Continue reading → […]