Join us every Tuesday and you could win a copy of the feature game just by trying it on the night!
Also, please note that the bar has moved location and is now nearer Stoke Newington station.
What: A celebration of the best board, card and tabletop games with themed nights and prizes – all washed down with awesome gaming cocktails! We usually feature a new game every week. Each week you can play this new game for free and usually have the chance to win a copy just by playing the game throughout the evening.
When: From 8pm until 12pm! But feel free to turn up early and play more games! (Feel welcome to turn up earlier, there are usually people playing from 7pm.)
Where: 129 Stoke Newington High Street, London, N16 0PH
Cost: Free entry and games are free to play, just make sure you buy your drinks!
Feature Game: Each week we feature a different game. There is usually the opportunity to win a copy of this game just by playing it on the night. Everyone that plays the feature game is entered into a free prize draw near the end of the evening.
This Week’s Feature Game is: Oceans
A part of the award winning Evolution series, Oceans is a beautiful, engine building game centring around marine life. You must adapt and overcome the many challenges set out before you from an ever-changing ecosystem to deadly predators.
While it is a little long for our events, it looked too good to miss – so we may have trial games that limit how long games go for – just so we can make sure everyone gets a chance to play. Should make for a great night and a great prize, so make sure you join us.
Previous Week’s Feature Games: Chicken Vs Hotdog
There are epic battles every week at Tabletop Tuesday – magic vs dragons, monsters vs robots, ninjas vs pirates, pandas vs gardeners are all standard fair but this week we can settle one of the battles of the ages – who comes out on top in Chicken Vs Hotdog?!
A game of flipping object, pitting two teams against each other, bidding on challenges and racing towards completing challenges successfully. A flippin’ good time is pretty much guaranteed but if you are lucky you could walk away with your very own Chicken and Hotdog and can continue the epic battle in the safety of your own home.
One of our dinosaurs is missing! Or perhaps some ancient artefacts or historical keepsakes – at any rate they have been stolen! Thief–ed! Half-inched by some neerdowell or miscreant! I know I shouldn’t profile based on looks alone – but all I can say that is a very suspiciously guilty looking chicken!
Use your detective skills to work out if we have successfully corned the culprit in the museum lockdown. 2-4 Players, quick and easy to play, you have no excuse not to play – unless it is YOU who are the guilty party! You will be guilty of missing out on a fun night if you don’t join us.
A game we have had as a few of our previous feature games – OK Play is one of my go-to games for whenever someone asks me for a quick to learn, fun to play game (my other go-to being the equally awesome but very different, Timeline.)
Basically, OK Play is quite like Connect 4 without a board – except you have to get five in a row but can play with up to four players. Fun, easy to learn and can possibly be won for free just for coming along and playing – no excuse not to say “Ok Play” this Tuesday!
Our Halloween Special event is taking place on the extra spooky Tuesday 32nd October (aka 1st November) and we have a hell of a game! Unmatched is a very highly rated game and we have the Hell’s Kitchen version (featuring the Halloween themed appropriate Daredevil alongside opponents Electra and Bullseye) and also be showcasing Unmatched: Battle Legends Vol 2 (featuring the Halloween themed appropriate Bloody Mary and Friends!)
It is a really highly rated game (an 8.5 on BGG) and should make for a really fun evening. Playing either game will give you a chance of winning a copy of the game at the end of the evening.
It is that time of the year again when Spring is in the air and cupid is readying his bow just in time for Valent… WHAT?! It isn’t mid-February already? Huh! I guess we are ahead of schedule on this one, while also being about 10 years late! Love Letter is a popular modern classic that has spawned many variants and while we have some, such as the Marvel Love Letter version in the bar, we will be returning to the original classic version.
Try and deduce the best way to get your love letter to the princess. Play on Tuesday and you could win a copy just by playing on the night!
All the people love a meeple! – and for the small amount of people unfamiliar with the term, a “meeple” is just a human shaped small piece of (normally) wood used to represent a player (or people under control of the player) in a variety of games. Meeple Land as the name suggests is worrying, as it seems to indicate that the meeples have become sentient and taking over – but fear not! It turns out Meeple Land is just a funfair amusement park where meeples like to hang out.
2-4 Players take 45 minutes to battle it out to see who’s meeples have the best time in their respective funfairs. Sounds like an ideal game for Tabletop Tuesday. Join us for a fair bit of fun, a good quantity of meeples and the chance to take your own copy home.
Keyforge was one of my favourite games of recent years and I was very sad when it looked liked it was being retired – great news then that it was picked up by Ghost Galaxy. To help celebrate the recent launch of their crowdfunding campaign of the latest sets (Keyforge: Winds of Exchange) we are having an event for one of their previous sets, Keyforge: Worlds Collide.
A game I know reasonably well and a good game to be taught rather than having to learn all the rules from scratch. We will have multiple sets of (unique) decks of cards to be won on the night and some extra special prizes too.
Choo Choo mofo! Us gamers LOVE a game about trains – even when they are underground or overground (but not when Wombling free!) Next Station London is the latest flip-and-write card game from the acclaimed and prolific friend of Tabletop Tuesday, Matthew Dunstan. A once (semi-) frequent guest at our events for some of his previous games, Matthew has now moved to the Czech Republic, so we will excuse him not commuting in for this one!
Quick to play for up to four people with some additions that act as mini-expansions for extended replayability, should make for a fun night. Come jump on board and you could be travelling home with your very own copy!
Winner of the 2022 Kennerspiel des Jahres, you are tasked with saving the forest from the flames of Onibi. Playing as a nature spirit, an animal guardian, who must try pushing your luck and utilising deck, bag and pool building to help defend the Sacred Tree from fire damage.
Highly rated, really pretty, 1-4 players and at 40 minutes playing time, I expect this to be really popular with regulars and new gamers alike. If you come down to the woods today (or on Tuesday) you are in for a Big surprise!
To Play: We have an extensive, ever growing library of over 100 titles including; (N.B: A large portion of the games listed below are now available to play at the Peckham location.)
0-9: 504, 7 Wonders, 7 Wonders Duel, 8 Minute Empire, A: Abyss, Adrenaline, Age of Soccer, Android: Netrunner, Android: Infiltration, Android: Mainframe, Anomia, Agricola, Arkham Horror, Arkham Horror: The Card Game, B: Bananagrams, Band Manager: Backstage Clash, Battlestar Galactica, Beyond Baker Street, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Boardgame, Black Fleet, Boss Monster, Boss Monster 2: The Next Level, Burger Boss, C: Camel Up, Cartmundi Poker Set, Cartmundi’s Shuffle Card Game Series, Carcassonne, Carcassonne: Winter Edition, Ca$h ‘n’ Guns, Catan, Celestia, Century:Spice Road, Citadels, Sid Meier’s Civilization: The Board Game, Cockroach Poker, Codenames, Colt Express, Contrast, Cortex Challenge, Cortex Challenge 2, Costa Rica, The Cousins’ War, Crokinole, Cube Quest, Cypher, D: Dark Moon, Dark Souls: The Board Game, D&D: Attack Wing, Deadfellas, Dead of Winter, Dice City, Dice Forge, Dice Masters: The Amazing Spider-Man and World’s Finest, Discworld: Ankh-Morpork, Dodekka, Doomtown: Reloaded, Double Play, Dixit, Dixit Odyssey, Dobble, Dominion, Dragonwood, Dream On!, Dungeon Roll, E: Elder Sign, Elysium, Emojito, Eurobabble, F: Final Fantasy: Trading Card Game, Five Tribes, Forbidden Desert, Frenzi, (Monty Python) Fluxx, Fruit Salad, Fury of Dracula, G: Gang Up!, Game of Thrones: The Card Game, Game of Thrones: Westeros Intrigue, Game of Trains, Galaxy Trucker, Gears of War: The Board Game, Ghost Stories, Gobbit, Gobbit Angry Birds, Gobblin’ Goblins, Greedy Wizards, Guards of Atlantis, H: Hanabi, Hit Z Road, HexAgony, Hey, That’s My Fish!, Histrio, Hive, Hive Pocket, HMS Dolores, The Hobbit, Homeland: The Game I: Ice Cool, In A Bind, Ion, J: Jazz: The Singing Card Game, Jungle Speed, Jungle Speed Safari, Justice League Strategy Game, K: Kanagawa, Karate Fight, Karuba, King of New York, King of Tokyo, Kingdom Builder, King Frog, Krosmaster Arena, L: Legendary Inventors, Lift it!, Librium, London Taxi, The Lord of the Rings: Journey to Mordor, Love Letter, Love Letter: Batman, Legends of the Three Kingdoms, Lords of War: Orcs versus Dwarves, Lords of War: Elves versus Lizardmen, Luchador! Mexican Wrestling Dice, M: Machi Koro, Mars Attacks Ten Minute Takedown, Marvel Dice Masters: Age of Ultron, Mascarade, Might and Magic: Heroes, Mr Lister’s Quiz Shootout, Munchkin, Munchkin Legends, Mystic Vale, Mysterium, N: Nefarious, Android: Netrunner, Neuroshima Hex! 3.0, New Angeles, New York 1901, O: Oh Captain!, OK Play, Om Nom Nom, One Night Ultimate Werewolf, P: Pandemic, Pints of Blood, Plague Inc: The Board Game, Pokémon Trading Card Game, Pokémon TCG: XY – Steam Siege Expansion, Q: Quadropolis, Quests of Valeria, R: Rainbow Rage, Raise Your Goblets, Rampage, Reef Route, The Resistance, Resident Evil Deck Building Game, Realm of Wonder, Relic Runners, Rex: Final Days of an Empire, Rhino Hero, Roll For The Galaxy, Rory’s Story Cubes: Batman, Ruination Battle Cards, Rush & Bash, S: Scrawl, Secrets, The Settlers of Catan, Seventh Hero, Sheriff of Nottingham, Small World, Snake Oil, The Sock Game, Sopio, Something Different, Spector Ops, Splendor, Star Trek: Catan, Star Trek: Attack Wing, Star Realms, Star Wars: The Card Game, Story War, SUPERHOT Card Game, Super Rhino, Descent (2nd Edition), Space Cadets: Dice Duel, Spyfall, Spyfall 2, Star Wars Armada, Star War: X-Wing Miniatures Game, Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Game: The Force Awakens, Street Fighter: Deck Building Game, Summoner Wars: The Master Set, T: Takenoko, Tash-Kalar, Tatsu, Them’s Fightin’ Words!, Thunderbirds, Ticket to Ride, Ticket to Ride Map Collection: Volume 2 – India & Switzerland, Timeline: British History, Timeline, Timeline: Star Wars, Travel Ominoes, Tsuro of the Seas, U, V, W: Voilà!, Waggle Dance, The Walking Dead Card Game, The Walking Dead: The Board Game, Warhammer: Diskwars, We Detectives, Werewolf, Werewords, When I Dream, Whitehall Mystery, Wibbell++, Wonky Blocks, Word Slam, X, Y, Z: XCOM: The Board Game, X-Tiles, Yamatai, Yogi, Zooloretto, Zombicide, Zombie Dice.
New for 2018: Bloodborne: The Card Game, Azul, Rocket Race, NMBR 9, Pandemic: Rising Tide, Abalone, Game of Thrones: The Iron Throne, Lazer Ryderz, Unlock 2, The Grizzled, Push It, Lightseekers TCG, 221B Baker Street: The Master Detective Game, Tetris Dual, Hare & Tortoise, Majesty: For the Realm, Cobra Paw, Century: Golem Edition, Forest of Fate, Deception: Murder in Hong Kong, Shards of Infinity, KLASK, Decrypto, Attack of the Jelly Monster, Revenge of the Dictators, Star Realms: Colony Wars, Kuruba, Starship Samurai, Quirk!, Adventure Land, Iquazu, Thronestorm, The Agents, Kumo Hogosha, Cortex Challenge 3, Big Trouble in Little China, Unstable Unicorns, Peak Oil, Rhino Hero Super Battle, Startups, Pyramid of the Sun, Senryaku, Pocket Mars, Rick and Morty: The Ricks Must Be Crazy Multiverse Game, Mystic ScROLLS, Dragon Ball Super Card Game, Nine Worlds, Animal Upon Animal and all the games that made up our end of year Christmas Special, including; Century: Eastern Wonders, Frutti di Mare: Veni, Vidi, Antipasti!, Galaxy Federation Wrestling, Rising Sun and Realm of Wonder.
New for 2019: Hero Realms, Century: Eastern Wonders Coimbra, Keyforge, Triplock, Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game – Marvel Studios, Phase 1, Thanos Rising: Avengers Infinity War, 8Bit Box, Fallout: The Boardgame, Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger, Timeline: Science Museum,Forbidden Sky (+ New Island and Desert), Color Addict, OK Play!, Weird Things That Humans Search For!, Deep Sea Adventure, Startups, Insider, Magic the Gathering: War of the Spark,Honeycombs,Crystal Hall, Stratego, Just One,How to Rob a Bank, Chronicles of Crime,Caper, Monkey Temple, Exploriana,Forbidden City, Rollet, Pucket, Einstein Eats Eggs, Wordsmithery, Ticket To Ride: London, Mind the Gap, High Society, Dwarven Beerfest, Welcome to Dino World, Imperial Settlers: Roll & Write, Itchy Monkey, Bad Bones, Disney Villainous: Wicked to the Core, Disney Villainous: Evil Comes Prepared, Team3, Super Punch Fighter, Zonkers, Jaws & Megacity: Oceania, Inuit: The Snow Folk, Sushi Roll, The Mind, Tokyo Jutaku, Dice Academy, Catan: Starfarers.