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  • Blue Orange Game Night

    October 19, 2016

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    Join us for a special Board Game Night this week as our friends from Blue Orange stop by for a demo session during our regular weekly event. Adrien and the gang will be bringing along a huge number of games including some sneak peeks of some new titles and a few sure-fire hits that have been recently released.

    In addition to perennial hits like Gobblet and Battle Sheep, we’ll get a chance to try out a couple of eagerly-awaited new releases like Vikings on Board and The Boss. We’re already really excited about Brix and Dr. Eureka from earlier this year, and it’ll be great to have all of them in one place for a big night of fun!


    Blue Orange has been one of our favorite companies for many years, and we always enjoy spending time with them, whether it’s playing games or playtesting them. Stop by the store and check out some of their newest releases and some old favorites, too!

    Blue Orange Games Demos with the Blue Orange Staff
    At this week’s usual Board Game Night
    Thursday, October 20th 6-11pm

    MTG Kaladesh Game Days

    October 12, 2016

    MTG Kaladesh Game Day Tournaments
    Saturday & Sunday, October 22-23 • 11:30am-6pm

    Gamescape North is very pleased to be hosting TWO great Magic events coming up very soon: MTG Kaladesh Game Days on Saturday, October 22nd and Sunday, October 23rd.

    These will both be Standard Constructed Tournaments with an entry fee of $10.00. If you’re interested in attending this event, we ask that you please sign-up ahead of time, as we have limited space. You can do this in a number of ways: either by calling the store, sending an e-mail, or by dropping into the store in-person. There are 66 spaces available, so be sure to reserve yours soon! We ask also that you please arrive to the tournament up to an hour early in order to pay your entry fee and make sure you’re registered. Included in your entry will be the full-art Essence Extraction Game Day promo card. The top-eight players including the Game Day Champion will also get a Cultivator of Blades promo card. The overall champion of the event will receive an exclusive Kaladesh Champion Playmat.

    Our Standard Constructed Tournaments will each consist of one flight of entrants with the goal of each event to be completed by 6pm. Prizes will be given in the form of MTG Kaladesh booster packs, promo cards, and some other nifty prize support that we have in the store. We regret that we will not be admitting players after 11:45am SHARP. Please arrive as early as you can.

    Special Box Discounts

    As always, we’re offering 20% off the retail price on full boxes of MTG Kaladesh. If you’re in our Customer Rewards Geek Card system, the points that you accrue on the purchase will also be tallied on your account. Individual boosters will remain at the standard retail price of $3.99.

    Saturday & Sunday, October 22-23 • 11:30am-6pm
    MTG Kaladesh Game Days
    What’s a little unsubstantiation between friends?

    Review: Codenames Pictures

    October 11, 2016

    Codenames: Pictures is a word-association party game in which players take on the roles of spies racing to uncover secret locations and contact fellow agents. But care must be taken when decoding the clues given by your spymaster, as a mistake could lead to a blunder involving innocent bystanders, giving the advantage to a hostile agent, or putting your team at the mercy of an assassin!

    The game is played across a grid of twenty unique picture cards taken from a deck of 140. Each picture card corresponds to a location where agents might lurk – friendly or otherwise. At the beginning of the game, players divide into two teams: red and blue. Each team elects a Spymaster, who gives clues to help their team home in on hidden allies. Victory goes to the team that first makes contact with all the agents of their own color. But the team that goes first must also find one additional person – the shifty Double Agent.

    Read more about Codenames: Pictures!

    MTG Grand Prix Trial Dallas

    October 9, 2016

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    Coming up this Saturday, October 15th 10:30am-7pm, Gamescape North will be hosting a MTG Grand Prix Trial for the upcoming Dallas/Fort Worth Grand Prix Tournament. Doors open at 10am, registration starts at 10am and closes at 10:45am. The competition will be tougher than usual, but the rewards will be greater – the overall winner of the event gets a two-round bye at the Dallas/Fort Worth Grand Prix event on November 4-6.

    The format for our tournament is Modern and entry is $25. Put together your killer deck and get ready to duel some of the best MTG players in the area!

    Saturday, October 15th 10:30am-7pm
    Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix Trial – Dallas
    Tap out your opponent and survive the Trial!

    Warhammer: Age of Sigmar Siege Tournament

    October 8, 2016

    We’re hosting a special one-day Age of Sigmar campaign-style tournament absolutely chocked full of castle sieges! The event will feature three tables: a main table and two side tables. The outcomes of the battles on the two side tables will influence the siege that’s raging on the main table. Players can fight to outflank the enemy army, battle in the tunnels below the castle, or fight in the siege itself. The game will feature special rules to represent the siege along with with surprise twists in the battles themselves that the players will need to navigate in order to secure victory. Will you be the one to siege or simply the besieged?

    Each player must bring an army of 1000, 1500, or 2000 points using the Pitched Battle rules of composition in the Age of Sigmar Generals Handbook (p. 107). Entry is $10, and the army that fares the best through the day gets a brand new copy of Warhammer Quest: The Silver Tower!

     Sunday, October 16th 12:30-6:00pm
    Warhammer: Age of Sigmar For the Glory of Sigmar Tournament!
    You can’t hide in your castle forever!

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