New Games & Restocks


We will be featuring Sub Terra in a Game Day soon.

We were able to get 8 of 10 titles, more to come.

New Games:


Game Review: Tiny Epic Galaxies

Small Box BIG GAME

I finally had a chance to play this game and its a ton of fun. It’s complex enough for advanced gamers and simple enough for the newbie (me) gamer. I was pleasantly surprised with the speed of the game and ingenuity of the mechanics. The quality of the pieces (cards, mats, dice, tokens) are quite good. Tiny Epic also have an expansion “Beyond The Black” to further expand your Intergalactic reach but that’s for another day. We have an open demo in the store if you’d like to give it a whirl.

If I have anything negative to say it would be that the Galaxy mats could be larger but then it wouldn’t “Tiny Epic”.

For a good look at this game, how it’s played and the level of play check out TableTop: Wil Wheaton Plays TINY EPIC GALAXIES w/ Mayim Bialik, Tim Schafer, & Andy Weir!


Reminder-Game Day

Just a quick reminder about Game Day this Sat. 12 to 3, free to all, please reserve your spot on our FaceBook Page


Parents / Grandparents

Do you have a child either not interested or struggling with reading?

There is a fun solution called uKloo.

I’ve included the manufacturer’s information below but from my personal experience this is a fun way to get a child active and reading without the battle.

I have an open game in the store, come in and I’ll show you how it works and how you can help your child build confidence with reading.

Continue reading Parents / Grandparents

Books Half Price or Less

People often ask “how do you price your books?”. The simple answer is “all of our books are half price or less”. So if a mass market paperback is $11.00 we charge $5.50. Or if a trade paperback is $19.99 we charge $7.99. Now here is what makes us different. That paperback you paid $5.50 for you can trade back because it has a credit value of $2.75 towards your next book.

Our customers love this for a number of reasons mainly being they have a place to return their read books. The other main reason is the cost saving.

Read all about book trading and how it works.