THE GAME REALLOCATION PROJECT" - WHAT THE HOOT IS IT?
Do you remember those unplayed games you've got standing on your shelf? You never get them played, either because you’ve grown out of them, or because you never really liked them that much. Now they are just standing there – taking up space. You could of course put them up for sale on eBay, but that takes time , and to throw out a game is an absolute taboo.
Fear not – we have a solution for you: Give it away and receive nothing in return!… except of course:
1) Make another human being incredibly happy – yes, even games you might think are crap, can still be another person's favorite game
2) Watch your game really live again, instead of simply gathering dust on your shelf and basically just being in the way, taking up space
“The Game Re-Allocation Project” is rooted in a mindset that all games eventually die if you allow them to lie untouched in their boxes. Set your game free, clean up your adventures, and pass them on to others. But apart from that, you get nothing physical in return. This is NOT a something-for-something deal. But it still works and that's the beauty of it - just pop by and see for yourself
I'M INTRIGUED. HOW DOES IT WORK?
Bring the games you want to donate with you when you go to Bastard Café - either on the 7 November or in the days before. Get a sticker with your name written on it put in the lid of the games and kiss the them goodbye.
WHO GETS THE GAMES?
At 13.00 - November 7 - in Bastard Café (Downstairs) the games are handed out through the drawing of lots among those present. Everyone can participate: game-donor or not.
NICE. I'LL BRING SOME GAMES. IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I SHOULD KNOW?
Yes. If you receive a game you can NEVER re-sell it for money. You can give it away (if it wasn’t something for you after all or if you want to please others) or donate it to a tournament, as long as the tournament is not too serious.
WILL I GO TO HEAVEN OR CAN I CALL MYSELF "HIPPIE" IF I DONATE SOME GAMES?
You can call yourself Father Christmas for all we care, and the heaven part depends on which religion you dig. Stop asking questions and just pop by 7 November.