CUDO Plays, your local board game design competition, will be holding its fifth annual Playtest Convention on Saturday, November 4th from 1-5:30 pm at the Lincoln Square Mall!
CUDO Plays brings together local gamers, designers, and makers to build unique, high-quality board games over the course of six months, and has just begun their fifth season. Help shape these games in their early stages by testing them at the convention!
This is a free, family-friendly event, and anyone with an interest in board gaming or design is invited to stop by and experience the wonderful local creations. There will be games for all ages, tastes, and skill levels and the designers will be taking all outside feedback!
Special thanks to Gopher Mafia Games for sponsoring this event! There will be an after-party from 6-8pm at Spark, the Museum and Play Cafe! All are welcome to attend the afterparty, and part of the proceeds will go to CUDO Plays to help it continue to put on free community events!
For more information about CUDO Plays, please visit cudoplays.com!
To learn more about Spark, check out facebook.com/VisitSparkMuseum!
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