In case you were wondering what games people might bring to play, here's a compiled list of the collective collection so far. This cloud of games only shows those owned by attendees with boardgamegeek.com accounts. It will be updated leading up to ConCentric 2015 as more information becomes available.

Total unique games owned: 2128 (not counting expansions)

Vitruvian Meeple

At ConCentric 2015 we ran our first Game Design session. This was a great opportunity for local game designers  to bring their prototype games to playtest with other like-minded gamers, and to get useful feedback for future iterations. Now it's a regular feature.

RPG Character sheets

Tabletop Role Playing Games – RPGs for short – are seeing a huge resurgence in popularity at the moment. If you haven't played one before (or for a long time), then here's why you should take another look.

Dragonlance Saga for 5e

The next big campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition has been announced, and it's a big one. Wizards are bringing the Dragonlance Saga back to the stage! This was hinted at last year in an interview with World-builder Chris Perkins on Den of Geek when he said "We’ll visit Krynn again when the stars align and we have the perfect Dragonlance story to tell."[1]

If you're just geting involved in the hobby, a good way to test the waters is to try Print and Play games. There are hundreds of them available on the web. Here's a quick list to get you started.