Welcome to Norwescon Scheduled Gaming!
The Norwescon 41 Gaming Schedule is now live!
Pre-scheduling of games for Norwescon is now closed! If you are interested in running games for Norwescon you can sign up to run a game in person during the convention, starting on Thursday afternoon. Thank you for your interest!
Zombies, ancient monsters, and weird science are happening on our gaming LAN as it goes into its second year in a new location. It’s now in the main gaming space in Maxi’s Ballroom. We have eight gaming computers, each loaded up with 80+ games that celebrate the history of gaming and span three decades. We also have a small variety of horror titles for later in the evening when upstairs gaming becomes 21+. Time is given in hour long blocks on a first come, first served basis unless you make a reservation at our main desk. Volunteers who help the convention for over 10 hours will get a special two-hour extended block.
Be the crew, report to the bridge! Artemis is a spaceship bridge simulator where players assume the jobs of Captain, Helm, Science, Communication, Engineering, and Weapons Control. Together you operate your ship and defend the sector from evil aliens.
Gaming Code of Conduct
We follow Wheaton’s Law: “Don’t be a dick.”
All Norwescon policies and procedures apply, including the harassment policy, weapons policy, accessibility policy, and photography guidelines. Copies of these are available on the Norwescon website, in the pocket program, and in Guidebook. Please take particular note of the beginning of our harassment policy: “Norwescon strives to provide a safe and welcoming space for persons of all descriptions. Everyone should be able to have a great time, in their own way, at the convention—but not at the expense of others. As a community, we insist on behavior that respects the autonomy of each individual member.”
The three accessible games tables in Maxi’s Ballroom may be used for walk-up games, however, if you use these tables you may be asked to move to make space for members with accessibility needs. DMs may also be asked to move their game to an accessible table. Thank you for your cooperation.
Please clean up after yourself and practice good hygiene. Our gaming staff is made of volunteers. Please treat them with respect and follow their instructions. Those who do not follow these guidelines may be asked to leave and not return.