Tag Archives: Gaming

GrandCon 2020

GrandCon features tabletop gaming in all its forms, including the creators behind them. We provide an atmosphere that will allow gamers to mingle and appreciate their shared interests.

Come to play or chat with fellow enthusiasts in a community that understands your passions.  Find adventure with favorite role-playing game.  Meet the creators behind your favorite mainstream and independent games.  Check out unpublished games, maybe design a game, and sneak a peek at great things to come.

 

MeggaXP 6

Save the date! It’s official! MeggaXP is coming back to the Commonwealth Commerce Center for another year of cosplay, video games, tabletop games, vendors, trivia, and one of a kind events you CAN’T find anywhere else!!!!

MeggaXP 6 will be on Saturday, August 22nd, 2020 from 10:00am – 7:00pm and will feature:

40+ tables of vendors, artists, and geek themed goods!
Cosplay Contests for kids and adults!
Brand new events and attractions!!
Geek themed game shows!
Video game tournaments!
Dungeons & Dragons sessions!
Magic the Gathering events!
Unique events celebrating special anniversaries for 2020!
Karaoke Room!

Check out MIGeekScene’s Previous Coverage
2016 Gallery
2017 Gallery

Interviews
Krystal LaPorte
Part 1
Part 2

Effren Ramirez

Jasper’s Game Day: Michigan

Dungeons and Dragons Charity event. One of 5 main Jasper’s Game Day events in the U.S, raising money for suicide prevention and awareness for a local chapter of the American Association of Suicidology. We will be having a charity epic, and the chance to play a celebrity game with celebs such as Satine Phoenix, Amy Lynn Dzura, Alan Patrick, Jacob Noorman and more!

Penguicon 2020

Penguicon is a not-for-profit, community-run convention for open source software, science fiction, music, gaming, DIY, and more. Panel topics include technology, science, eco/green, literature, costuming, food, gaming (board and video), webcomics, action/adventure, music, film, anime and an after dark event. .This is a big hang out for ALL areas of the geek/nerd community. What better way to meet people who wave the geek/nerd flag? People come to Penguicon to learn about securing their network, and also how to make their own cheese. They learn how to create chiptunes on their gameboy, and come listen to sci-fi. There is also the Maker Market which is like a dealer room except they don’t accept commodities, only thing’s people have designed themselves. If you need a place to recharge, check out the con suite which has free soda and food all week long.
Penguicon is a convention tailored mainly for adults. While kids are welcome, there are no special passes or events for them. Please keep that in mind.