Makerspace- Miniature Wargaming
Welcome to a collaborative effort between tabletop gamers and makers in their element. Join us for a day of gaming!
Morning session 10am-1pm
Break for lunch 1pm-2pm
Afternoon session 2pm - 5pm
(Price includes both sessions)
Definition of Tabletop Miniature Wargaming:
Miniature wargaming is a form of wargaming which incorporates miniature figures, miniature armor and modeled terrain as the main components of play and which was first invented at the beginning of the 19th century in Prussia. Like other types of wargames, they can be generally considered to be a type of simulation game, generally about tactical combat, as opposed to computer and board wargames which have greater variety in scale.
Game masters will have larger than life “board” games setup depicting History, Fantasy and Science Fiction. Many of the terrain elements you will see on these boards can be (and some were) made right here in the Makerspace! If this event gains popularity We may add some workshops, round tables and presentations at future game days.
There will also be makers on hand to give tours and explain a bit about the Makerspace that is available to anyone who joins.
Admission to the gaming session is $5R/$10NR per person, with profits going to the Makerspace.
Who: All ages
When: Saturday, March 28th, 2020
Where: Amherst Makerspace at the Amherst Middle School
Fee: $5 residents, $10 non-residents
Fee Includes: Admission to both the morning and afternoon gaming sessions, tours of the Makerspace, all materials, knowledge from game masters
More About Your Instructor!
Dave and his two sons have only been involved in miniature wargaming for 3 years, but have found a life long hobby and made some great friendships along the way. Outside of gaming, Dave is a father, husband, and by trade, a software developer for the healthcare industry.