The club welcomes its new members, gamer style with a session of board games and roleplaying in the Cameron Hall Loft. This event is meant to get new members involved with the club and make them feel at home, so if you're a newbie come along and learn what it's all about! Free pizza for freshers.
All members of the club meet to elect a new club committee and discuss and deliberate upon any other important issues that are affecting UniGames. Be there if you're a fresher as it's one of your best ways of making yourself known about the place.
A themed weekend away involving lots of games and activities. The camp was started in 2013 to commemorate Unigames's 30th birthday. So far themes have included Wizards (2013), Assassins (2014) and Bards & Barbarians (2015).
The annual charity mega-event that's been cohosted by Unigames, UniSFA, UCC and UWAnime for the past few years. Each year we support a different charity, and play games, watch movies, and play games all night in Cameron Hall to raise money. In the past this event has raised several thousand dollars for those in need and we hope its proud tradition will continue.
Date: Middle of second semester, usually the beginning of study break.
Dust off some of the most bizarre and ancient games in the Unigames arsenal and have a blast! Unigames Games Days are the club's way of getting back to basics - just off-the-cuff tabletop action. Join in the Rort Tournament as you work off your unsatisfied munchkinist leanings! We also play more relevant games such as Cards Against Humanity, Game of Thrones: The Board Game, and Epic Spellwars of the Battle Wizards.
Usually run on a fortnightly basis, our one shot nights are a chance to try out new systems or enjoy old favourites in a short adventure lasting a few hours.
Want to start GM-ing? Are you already experienced, but want to keep learning new techniques and habits to make your games next-level? Our Game Master panels feature some of our most experienced and talented Game Masters in a themed discussion about their styles and techniques. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions. Past themes have included Homebrews, Player Characters, and World Building.
Experienced gamemasters traditionally run our Official Fresher/First-timer Campaigns for the less experienced gamers. If you're unfamiliar with the conventions of roleplaying, want a nice easy start to club life, or would just like to have a go, get in touch with one of our trusty dungeon keepers, any committee member (esp. the Fresher Rep) should be able to point you in the right direction.