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We play games (in Oxford)!
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On Saturday, April 29th, Oxford Meeples is opening the doors of Wolvercote Village Hall to the general public once more and inviting people to come and join us for another Day of Gaming (DoG).
We are planning on bringing a large number of games ourselves, but feel free to bring your own.
Gaming starts at 10:30 am and will be going until late.
Entry is free, although donations towards rent of the hall and refreshments will be appreciated.
Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Simple refreshments (tea, coffee, cake, etc...) will be available for a donation, but you will need to provide your own lunch and/or dinner. There are pubs, a Chinese and a chippy nearby.

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We have another Day of Gaming coming soon!
On Saturday, February 4th, Oxford Meeples is opening the doors of Wolvercote Village Hall to the general public once more and inviting people to come and join us for another Day of Gaming (DoG).
We are planning on bringing a large number of games ourselves, but feel free to bring your own.
Gaming starts at 10:30 am and will be going until late.
Entry is free, although donations towards rent of the hall and refreshments will be appreciated.
Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Simple refreshments (tea, coffee, cake, etc...) will be available for a donation, but you will need to provide your own lunch and/or dinner. There are pubs, a Chinese and a chippy nearby.

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On Saturday, November 12th, Oxford Meeples is opening the doors of Wolvercote Village Hall to the general public once more and inviting people to come and join us for another Day of Gaming (DoG).

We are planning on bringing a large number of games ourselves, but feel free to bring your own. Gaming starts at 10:30 am and will be going until late.

Entry is free, although donations towards rent of the hall and refreshments will be appreciated.

Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

Simple refreshments (tea, coffee, cake, etc...) will be available for a donation, but you will need to provide your own lunch and/or dinner. There are pubs, a Chinese and a chippy nearby.

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On Saturday, May 7th, Oxford Meeples is opening the doors of Wolvercote Village Hall to the general public once more and inviting people to come and join us for another Day of Gaming (DoG).
We are planning on bringing a large number of games ourselves, but feel
free to bring your own.
Gaming starts at 10:30 am and will be going until late.
Entry is free, although donations towards rent of the hall and refreshments will be appreciated.
Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Simple refreshments (tea, coffee, cake, etc...) will be available for a donation, but you will need to provide your own lunch and/or dinner. There are pubs, a Chinese and a chippy nearby.

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On Saturday, February 13th, Oxford Meeples is opening the doors of Wolvercote Village Hall to the general public once more and inviting people to come and join us for another Day of Gaming (DoG).

We are planning on bringing a large number of games ourselves, but feel free to bring your own.

Gaming starts at 10:30 am and will be going until late.Entry is free, although donations towards rent of the hall and refreshments will be appreciated.

Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

Simple refreshments (tea, coffee, cake, etc...) will be available for a donation, but you will need to provide your own lunch and/or dinner. There are pubs, a Chinese and a chippy nearby.

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We recently started a new campaign of Pandemic: Legacy.

You can follow our progress on our web site (please note that there is no way to avoid spoilers).

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On Saturday, November 7th, Oxford Meeples is opening the doors of Wolvercote Village Hall to the general public once more and inviting people to come and join us for another Day of Gaming (DoG).

We are planning on bringing a large number of games ourselves, but feel free to bring your own.

Gaming starts at 10:30 am and will be going until late.

Entry is free, although donations towards rent of the hall and refreshments will be appreciated.

Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

Simple refreshments (tea, coffee, cake, etc...) will be available for a donation, but you will need to provide your own lunch and/or dinner. There are pubs, a Chinese and a chippy nearby.

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On Saturday, August 8th, Oxford Meeples is opening the doors of Wolvercote Village Hall to the general public once more and inviting people to come and join us for another Day of Gaming (DoG).

We are planning on bringing a large number of games ourselves, but feel free to bring your own.

Gaming starts at 10:30 am and will be going until late.

Entry is free, although donations towards rent of the hall and refreshments will be appreciated.

Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

Simple refreshments (tea, coffee, cake, etc...) will be available for a donation, but you will need to provide your own lunch and/or dinner. There are pubs, a Chinese and a chippy nearby.

This week, Andy and Dave played Star Wars Armada while Geoff, Martin and Tony opted for Ticket to Ride 10th Anniversary Edition.

Andy and Dave won one game a piece, let's call it a tie (fighter), while Martin won ticket to ride.

Worth time to spare, Geoff, Martin and Tony went on to play Dark Tales with Marin taking victory once more.

Oh. It was Andy's birthday. We ate cake.

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Last night saw some mini-game madness with Dave, Geoff, Martin and Tony spending the evening playing a few of their favourite "fillers".

First up was the increasingly popular Dark Tales; a very close-run game with Martin winning by just 1 point.

Next was a game of Superfight; again a close match with a three-way tie for 1st place with Tony swooping in to beat off challengers in the tie breaker.

What followed was a challenging game of Hanabi with 2 out of 3 storm tokens flipped before even five cards were down. We struggled on and managed an average score.

Finally, we resorted to Cards Against Humanity to wrap up the evening; We can't say much about what happened during the game (there may be kids reading), but Geoff was clearly the most deviant and won the game.
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