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Nefaro:

--- Quote from: Bison on October 28, 2014, 06:16:46 AM ---
--- Quote from: Nefaro on October 27, 2014, 11:14:21 PM ---The biggest one in Kansas City:

Tabletop Game and Hobby
6990 W 105th St , Overland Park, KS


http://www.tabletopgameandhobby.com/

Has been around for a long time.

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Hey this is one I visit on occasion too!

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Interesting.   :)

I tend to just stop in and make an impulse purchase once every month or two.  They have varying game nights (lots of tables I think) but I've not really checked to see if they host any I'd be into at the moment. 

The owner told me I should come check out their huge Star Wars X-Wing nights, when I picked up GMT's Space Empires there last year, but I've never been pulled to X-Wing that much.

Jack Nastyface:
The Sentry Box
1835 - 10th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta
Canada
T3C 0K2

http://www.sentrybox.com/

LOTS of out-of-print titles in the wargame room on the second floor...

Martok:
Well it's not truly "local" to me at this point -- it's a good two-hour drive from where I live right now -- but I still have to mention the Fantasy Flight Games Center. 


1975 W County Road B2
Roseville, MN 55113

651-379-3801

Arctic Blast:

--- Quote from: Jack Nastyface on October 28, 2014, 11:55:21 AM ---The Sentry Box
1835 - 10th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta
Canada
T3C 0K2

http://www.sentrybox.com/

LOTS of out-of-print titles in the wargame room on the second floor...

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Awesome store. Board games, minis games, historical books, fantasy/sci-fi books, used games...I have spent literally an entire day in this place on at least one occasion.

BanzaiCat:
Houston has a few good places, but up north where I am, there's a couple of good gaming stores:

Fat Ogre Games and Comics
http://fatogregames.com/
525 Sawdust Rd
Spring, TX 77380
(281) 292-8444

I've been to Fat Ogre a few times in the last several years. They have a pretty large store with lots of tables, mostly for minis games but also 'regular' tables for card and other games. They have a good gaming selection, with a wall devoted just to minis, and a few bookcases full of board games. They have lots of graphic novels, comics, and other stuff too.

There's also this place, though I have never been there. I follow them on Facebook though and they seem to be big on board games:

Ettin Games and Hobbies
http://www.ettingames.com/
241 FM 1960 Bypass Rd. East
Humble, TX 77338
832-644-8802

And as for the rest of town, there's plenty of other stores. I'm not sure of their status. Nan has been a staple of the Houston area for decades and is still going strong. He's pretty close to Rice U, which has a big gamer following among the students (they do something called OwlCon every year). I ganked this info from a post on BGG:

Nan's Games & Comics Too
2011 Southwest Fwy
Houston, TX 77098
(713) 520-8700

Midnight Comics
2505 South Highway 6
Houston, TX 77082
(281) 293-0226

Asgard Games
5016 Kirby Drive
Houston, TX 77005

3rd planet
2718 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77098-4607
(713) 528-1067

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