AEG gives some games!

Alderac Entertainment Group donated four copies of Love Letter and two copies of Straw. Love Letter is a fun game that will guarantee laughs (or groans) the entire game. AEG is also known for Thunderstone, Nightfall, Smash Up, and many more. Come bid on their donations in the silent auction!

Greater Than Games donates!

Greater Than Games donated Sentinels of the Multiverse, which is Tom and Molly’s favorite co-op game. GtG released several expansions to Sentinels, as well as a new game, Galactic Strike Force. They announced a board game version of Sentinels for release soon. Go check out Sentinels, it’s pretty awesome.

Ayerdis family gives to the cause!

Abinadi and Natalie Ayerdis donated the DC Deck-Building Game and a hand-crafted beanie. Molly is modeling the beanie here, and it says, “Zombie Lunchbox”. Pretty cool. These two have pledged a couple more crafts, so look for cool knitted things at the auction!

Steve Jackson Games helps out!

Steve Jackson Games is serious about their charity. They donated 45 games to our convention, for 31 unique titles total. You can find Steve Jackson titles in any game store in town. Steve Jackson Games produces Munchkin in any flavor you can imagine, as well as several other fun and exciting games. Come check them…

Dragon’s Lair contributes to the cause!

Dragon’s Lair is a one-stop shop for all things awesome. They donated Miskatonic School for Girls, and have plenty more to look for at their new store. The new store is at 2438 West Anderson Lane Suite B-1, and it’s huge. They have cos-play stuff, games, and comics. Check them out.

Tribe Comics and Games donates!

Tribe Comics and Games was extremely generous to our convention this year. They donated 13 games, and aren’t new to charity. When you go to Tribe, make sure to tell them to “Keep the change”. They will add your change to a donation pool that is given to a charity monthly. Tribe is located at 2919…

Announcing Game for the Cause

Game For The Cause is inspired by Austin’s Give to Game. Tom and Molly Wright attended Give to Game for two years and felt impressed to hold another charity event scheduled later in the year. After reading Half the Sky, Molly wanted to help the women of the world, so holding the charity for SafePlace…