GAMMA.CON hosts a wide variety of Independent TableTop Boardgames developers. We also have a dedicated Tabletop free play section, which includes new board games directly from the games developers, Trading Card Games and RPG’s.
Board Gaming Library Proudly supported by LFG (Looking For Gamers)
Come on in and borrow a game from the library to play with your friends in our free play area. We have a big selection, with all your favourite games and a bunch of others you may have never seen before. If you’re interested in trying out a new game but aren’t sure how to play, ask one of our volunteers and they’ll help you figure out the rules and find opponents. On top of this, we will also be running tournaments for some of your favourite board games and learn-to-play sessions for anybody who’s interested in sitting down and learning about a new game.
Role Playing Games
A role-playing game (RPG) is a game in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting. Players take responsibility for acting out these roles within a narrative, either through literal acting or through a process of structured decision-making or character development. Actions taken within many games succeed or fail according to a formal system of rules and guidelines.
2018 TableTop Guests
If you love table top, come and join our local game designers as they show you finished and in-development games. From card games to miniature wargames, players of all kinds can experience.
Australian made creations, presented by those involved in the development. Meet some of the people behind your favourite pastime, and show your support for our growing game design and publishing industry.
Armoured Digital is a tabletop miniatures wargame featuring drone tanks, programmed orders and building new units in-game. Players take on the role of a lone human commander directing their combat drones to out-manoeuvre, out-shoot and out-program their opponent. Transports zip in to retrieve resources from the automated mine in the centre of the table while tanks exchange fire around them.
What would you do if you were confronted by a twelve foot accordion monster, and the only things you had on you were a toilet plunger and an arts degree? Use an assortment of items to solve a variety of ridiculous situations. Play against your friends, and present your best argument with what you have to take the round.
Alas for the Awful Sea is a game of myth, mystery and crime set in the 19th century rural UK. It explores poverty, politics, folklore and loss. Good Society is a Jane Austen roleplaying game. Navigate the pitfalls of romance, reputation, manners and marriage in this tabletop rpg that captures the heart of Austen's work.