Game night!

Thursday evening after schedule, from 19:00 until 23:00, we will host a Game Night in the lobby of the venue. A lot of board and card games will be available. Of course, you are very much welcome to bring your own board game, card game or other type of game.
The lobby and the bar will be open until 23:00. That means drinks and snacks and nice beer (you will have to pay for yourself, unless a sponsor makes a nice offer).
Because of staff availability and stocking the bar with snacks and drinks, the venue staff would like to have some sort of indication how many people will take part in Game Night. If you plan to join us, please add it to your personal schedule.
It would be very nice if we could help clean up a bit at the end, so the staff can go home after a long day too.
Cards Against Humanity, and Crabs Adjust Humidity, are available too, but because these games can infringe on the Standards of Conduct, players are asked to find a quiet spot and keep their voices down, or to find a separate room.
See also: The Game Night's wiki page , The Game Night's talk page
Games that Liz and Wendy will bring (and that they would like to take back home in the same state as they were brought, please):
  • Aquarius
  • Babylon 5 Board Game
  • Backgammon
  • Barragoon
  • Black Stories
  • Camel Cup
  • Carcassonne (several types, and many extensions)
  • Cards (several packs of regular playing cards)
  • Cards Against Humanity (big box), Crabs Adjust Humidity
  • Cathedral
  • Chess
  • Chrononauts
  • Dice (just several sets of dice)
  • Dominoes
  • Evolution
  • Fluxx (15+ types, plus the board game)
  • Giza
  • Godz
  • Ligretto
  • Mah-Jongg
  • Martians
  • Munchkin
  • Mutant Meeples
  • Oh Hell
  • Om Nom Nom
  • Oxford Proverbs...
  • Pandemic & Pandemic Contagion
  • Poker (a box set)
  • Quidler
  • Risk
  • Rummikub
  • Scrabble
  • Set & Set Cubed
  • Stratego & Stratego for 4
  • Tracktic
  • Trivial Pursuit
  • Uno
  • War on Terror
Sjoelen (Dutch version: which is a variation of Sjoelen can be quite loud, so we might ask you to move to another room, or stop playing. Opposite of the registration desk is the Nolan Room. It has several arcade games: one pinball machine and six other possible addictive games. We are promised that the games will be ready to play, playing will be free, and the Nolan room will be open during the whole conference. We hope this will work out, the machines are a bit "vintage".