Club 1927 - John Keyworth - Reading Megagames - 6th of June 2020

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Two years ago the ‘27 Accord was agreed upon by the rival gangs of New Reading after a period of intense gang warfare. This accord was signed in the Club 1927 speakeasy which has been considered neutral territory ever since.

Not everyone was happy with the accord, and cracks are starting to show. As long as no one rocks the boat maybe it will hold together…

Player roles include mob bosses, street level gangsters, police and politicians

Castles in the Sky - Ed Silverstone - Reading Megagames

Castles in the Sky is still in development – to hear when bookings open, please contact us.

In an alternative, steampunk Renaissance Italy, inventors and engineers compete to push the limits of science, creating artistic marvels, technological wonders and dangerous weapons.

Wealthy patrons compete for control of the best and most prestigious advances, and jockey for political power. In the instability caused by the pace of the change, all bets are off – will you end up on top, or forgotten by history?

Black Ships - Matilde Robinson

Black Ships is still in development – to hear when bookings open, please contact us.

July, 1853 – Commodore Matthew Perry and his fleet arrive off the coast of Japan, triggering an existential crisis for the isolationist Tokugawa Shogunate. The American admiral is determined to open up new markets and create a Pacific trading partner, using force if necessary. Japan gradually divides between isolationist and globalist groups, and the Shogun’s inability to see off the “barbarian” threat pushes the Emperor to prominence in Japanese politics for the first time in almost 700 years.

As long-standing rivalries and resentments re-emerge, rising external and internal pressures threaten to undermine the delicate power balance between the Tokugawa Shogun and Japan’s feudal Daimyō that has kept the country at peace for over 200 years. The outcome of events will determine Japan’s position in the world and the direction of Japanese history for the next century. Radical change is coming – where it leads is up to you.