My first game was Fury of Dracula, which we only played partway through. It’s kinda complicated, and the guy explaining it to us had to run off and explain another game at some point, which slowed us down even more. We did find Dracula, and get a little combat done. I was playing Mina Harker, and got to hit Dracula with a pistol and holy bullets for 5 points of damage.
Second game was Doodle Quest, a bit of a filler game aimed at kids. It involves drawing lines on an acetate sheet while looking at a diagram, trying to draw your line so it hits some targets and avoids others. When you’re done drawing, you place the sheet on the diagram and see how you did.
I’ve played King of Tokyo before, and it was great, like always, but this was the first time I’ve been in a game where someone won by knocking all the other monsters out of the game, instead of through victory points.
The highlight of the day was getting to play three games of Secret Hitler, using print-and-play components. In the first game, I got to be the player who killed Hitler! In the other two, I was the first person killed.