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Shuffling to Origins 2019 : GameWick Events

April 4th, 2019

FB-SQR-SHB-2018GameWick Games returns to Origins Game Fair (June 12-16) with a booth and a full event schedule, too. Booth details will be released later. In the meantime, check out our event listings below.

Join us for an one hour play-to-learn Shuffling Horror intro session or jump into one of our full length “horror movies”. Try to survive the zombie apocalypse in PITTSBURGH 68! Save the world from an alien invasion in ROSWELL 51! Spend an evening in creepy, old INNSMOUTH 32 (the third and most terrifying game in the Shuffling Horror series to be released this summer).

But wait, there’s more! We’re playtesting a new P68 expansion called Cannibal Creeps (think Texas Chainsaw meets Night of the Living Dead). And let’s not forget about the WEGS OLD SKOOL Saturday Night Special!

Yeah… we’ll be waiting for you in Columbus!

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY EVENTS  (unless otherwise noted).

Don’t just play a game, play a movie! Shuffling Horror brings cinematic thrills and chills to your tabletop. See if you can survive the first reel of the movie in this play-to-learn session.

11 AM : ROSWELL 51
The Time: 1951. The Place: Roswell. The Problem: Sci-fi invasion! B-movie action awaits in this 1950s space invasion flick. Stop the pods, blobs, and UFOs in this cinematic card-n-dice game.

May’s Eve, 1932. On-the-lam bootleggers hijack a tour bus with Miskatonic Univ students and scholars on board. A fateful wrong turn brings them all to the shunned seaside village of Innsmouth… A night of mind-bending horror awaits!

The Time: 1968. The Place: Pittsburgh. The Problem: Zombies! Thrills and chills await in this cinematic card-n-dice game that plays like a creepy zombie movie. Slow moving zombies rule! Ghastly fun!

8 PM : INNSMOUTH 32 / ROSWELL 51  -Thurs and Friday Nights Only-
Science Fiction Double Feature! We’ll be running two “movies” at the same time – maybe three if there’s room!

What is worse than a zombie apocalypse? A zombie apocalypse with cannibal creeps on the prowl! Will you make it to the end of this movie – or will you end up on the menu? A sequel to Pittsburgh 68.

And let’s not forget about WEGS…

8 PM : THE WEGS OLD SKOOL SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL (Experienced Players Only, 18+)
How Many Heroes Does It Take To Slay A Beholder? We’re not sure but we’re going to find out! A gathering of WEGS friends and fans who want to have a rip-roaring, dungeon crawl experience that only the wickedly errant Old Skool system delivers!HP-BAN-I32-961X277


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GenCon 2018-GameWick Events

July 14th, 2018

From aliens to zombies (and now even some Lovecraft), we have a full-throttle SHUFFLING HORROR event schedule for our friends and fans at Gen Con 2018 (Aug 2-5)! Lots of ROSWELL 51 and PITTSBURGH 68 sessions to play in. Plus, we’ve got a limited number of INNSMOUTH 32 sneak peek games, too (that’s the next creepy game in our Shuffling Horror series). If that’s not enough, our night-time Science Fiction Double Feature returns for its third straight year. The GameWick ghouls are going to be shuffling like mad!

All Events Are Located in the ICC, Hall C, Red Tables 25 – 28

Each game session is about an hour and a half. With almost forty events available, our games are running non-stop during exhibit hall hours. We encourage players with generics to stop by our event area. There’s always a chance we can fit you into a game due to no-shows or extra table space.

And… the proximity of our games to the Exhibit Hall is ideal for those who want to shop/play/shop!

Summary of Events

—Thursday & Friday Day Sessions
ROSWELL 51 and PITTSBURGH 68 events
from 10 am thru 4pm, events start on the hour.

—Sci Fi Double Feature: Thurs & Fri Nights
10pm  INNSMOUTH 32 (Exclusive Sneak Peek)

—Saturday Shuffling Horror Day Sessions
ROSWELL 51 and PITTSBURGH 68 events
from 10am – 4pm, events start on the even hours: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm.

—Sunday Shuffling Horror Day Sessions
10am and 12pm only.

Quick Links

Gen Con Link: All GameWick events (Chronological + Sold Out status).

GC High Programmer Link: All events listed by title + other query capabilities.

How To Find Us : The GameWick Booth & Event Map.

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DexCon NJ – Shuffling Horrors!

July 5th, 2018

BLOG-SHN-I32-0414We’ll be at DexCon NJ this weekend, running a series of INNSMOUTH 32 playtest sessions at night – one even begins at the stroke of midnite!

Come join us as we explore creepy old Innsmouth, the next game in our Shuffling Horror line. Each game session is about an hour and a half. Thrills and chills await!

Innsmouth 32 Sessions
Thurs  10 pm
Friday 10 pm
Friday 11:59 pm (midnite)
Saturday 10 pm

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Origins Game Fair 2018-Events

May 1st, 2018

The GameWick Gang is back at Origins Game Fair this summer, with a bunch of events and a booth, too! First time we’ve had a booth in a few years, so we’re really looking to showing folks what we’ve been up to and give a little sneak peek of our next Shuffling Horror game, INNSMOUTH 32. Not to eclipse that amazing news, but, for WEGS OLD SKOOL fans, we’re running our classic tavern brawler “Dwarf Walks Into A Bar” on Saturday night! Now, here’s all the other wicked details…


—Day Sessions: Thurs thru Sat—
12 pm  ROSWELL 51
2 pm  ROSWELL 51

—Evening Sessions: Thurs & Fri—
10 pm  INNSMOUTH 32 Sneak Peek

—The WEGS Sat Night Special—
8 pm Dwarf Walks Into A Bar
(Wegsperienced Players Only)

Our event menu is easy to remember: from 12 noon until 12 midnite, you can find a Shuffling Horror game on the even hours (12, 2, 4, 8, 10). Each game session is about an hour and a half. We run a sci-fi double feature at 8pm, ROSWELL 51 and PITTSBURGH 68 in tandem. Thrills and chills await!

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Reports from Roswell-Thanksgiving Edition

December 1st, 2017

Friends and fans sent in some of their ROSWELL 51 game recaps. I’m always excited to receive these after-action reports, as it’s fun to see how players get caught up in the story and the game’s cinematic mechanics. Here’s two Roswell reports received this week – thanks for sending these in Joe and Mike!

Roswell Report, Case#112617-1 (Joe M, NJ)

“So, just played Roswell with the kids and they like to create all kinds of back stories and relationships between characters. So, Ricky, the scout, was doing well through Reels 1&2 until he was taken by the aliens (and came back as a Familiar Face). The kids decided that Private Green (WAC) was Ricky’s Mom…when she returned from duty at the base, Ricky was missing. Long story short: Reel 3, Ricky is on the screen, Private Green’s turn. She decides to “Give my boy some peace”…and ROLLS SNAKE EYES!!!!! Headshot! Ends his suffering and alien abduction in absolute dramatic effect! Emotional and dramatic and SO cinematic!!!”  << Wow – a classic horror movie moment for sure! Adding backstories and naming characters elevates the game action! >>

Roswell Report, Case#112617-2 (Mike M, IN)

“Got a chance to play some R51 tonight with John, our sister and brother-in-law. I was able to whittle away John’s survivors down, so, that right at the beginning of Reel 3, he joined me as an alien player (which triggered the Turning Point).

Reel 4 was where it all fell apart for the survivors… it came down to my BiL’s Coroner and Robot and my sister’s Scientist. With only a 2 Creepy Pods, Alien Spear and Payback cards showing on screen, all the survivors needed to do was eliminate that 2 Creepy Pods and it was game over… it didn’t happen. I got another round of full attack with my four throngs and eliminated the Scientist (adding to the alien players once it came back around to my sister). John was able to finish off the Coroner thus triggering Last One Standing for the Robot.

Robot’s final action was attempt to attack… not to rest and gain spoints… he was unsuccessful in his attack. Next up, my sister took the 2 Creepy Pods and attempted to get the Head Shot… no luck… then it was back to me. The Robot put up a mighty effort but ultimately fell to the onslaught of my many attacks taking blows that would have felled a lesser mechanical masterpiece … It’s circuits fizzled and fried and it became no more than a monument to man’s attempt to deter the alien invasion.  Good game had by all!” << Awesome closing scene, Mike! >>


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Roswell 51-The Alien Warlord Appears!

November 22nd, 2017

Sharing this game recap from a new friend who purchased ROSWELL 51 at PAX Unplugged and cracked it open at home: “In an epic & cinematic conclusion to our movie, the Scientist faced the Alien Warlord with the recovered ray gun… The Warlord had been burnt, blasted by a shotgun, and chased off with dynamite, but true to old school B-movie form….he kept coming back. And with the final seconds of the film playing, and Roswell facing grim odds, our hero scored an annihilating hit that destroyed the alien warlord for good and saved the people of Roswell. End scene! Fade out.” Thanks for sharing this, Joe!


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