"It's amazing what one can do when one doesn't know what one can do" (Jim Davis)

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A Time for Madness
by Alex Helm and Rich Wood
Wylde Deluzion presents "A Time for Madness"

Arkham Asylum in the year 1928. A group of people finds themselves trapped inside as patients with no memory of how they got there or why. Somthing is going on and answers must be found before everyone loses their minds completely.

Best of the Wurst
by Nickey Barnard, Martin Jones, Mike Snowden, Julie Winnard
1942: Occupied France. Colonel Kronenburg wants to prove that local Franco/German relations are, in fact, excellent. What better way to demonstrate such cordial feelings than with a sausage tasting competition?

‘The Best of the Wurst’ is a very silly game for 9 players, set in a France not a million miles away from ‘Allo,’Allo...

Blood Manor
by Carol Tierney and Tara Conway
A TV show is filming at Blood Manor, once home to a lord who was accused of being a vampire and later executed as a warlock. They intend to find the truth behind the legend. There are those who will do anything to make sure the truth stays buried.

Bring 'Em Back Alive Haggle
by Michael Colao based on the system by Sid Sackson
A haggle based this time on collecting animals for zoos. This is a pure negotiation game where players try to figure out which animals zoos will pay for and then to obtain those animals.

Diamond Geezers
by Sue Lee, Graham Arnold, Tym Norris, Clare McNall
Release your inner East End Gangster. Leave it. Sorted. Let's hava cupatea!

Shooters'll be provided by the management.

Escher's Revenge
by Alex Helm
Wylde Deluzion presents a freeform live roleplaying game for Wraith: the Oblivion. No knowledge of Wraith is needed to play.

It is opening night at the supposedly haunted Empire Theatre, and the premiere of award-winning actor Gregory Charlton's new play, Escher's Revenge. The crowds have turned out for what is sure to be a fine evening of classical theatre. But does a vengeful ghost have other plans?

Final Voyage of the Mary Celeste
by Jim McDougal
In November of 1872 the Mary Celeste was en route from New York to Genoa. It never arrived. What happened? You get to unravel the mystery, by being in the thick of it all.

Green Death
by Carol Tierney
There is uproar over plans to build on a much loved conservation area. Protestors, environmentalists, politicians, developers and locals all want their say. But this time the debate will end in murder. Can you work out whodunnit?

Interr'd With Their Bones
by Mel Dymond Harper and Mo Holkar
"Anyone for tennis?" The discreet country-house murder, and a prototype of Time Team collide in 1920s Bassethwaite. Will your sanity survive the latest Epic Experience extravaganza?

by Sue Lee
Operations Desk -it's not really a game as much as a vocation.

We will supply lots of information, and a nice chair to sit on.

Railways and Respectability
by See game description
The Prince Regent's birthday party offers an excellent opportunity to discuss the building of Railways across the English countryside. However some members of society consider Romance and Respectability to be considerably more important.

Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer, together with a frightening number of Regency Romances, meet 18XX.

Return to the Mary Celeste
by Jim and Kelly MacDougal
Come join well known marine archaeologist Dirk Piscador as he explores the wreck of the Mary Celeste. This is a fun game with mayhem and madness for everyone. You do not need to be familiar with The Final Voyage of the Mary Celeste to play.

by Tony Mitton

The great Roman Republic stretches through known space. Its mighty Legions stand poised to conquor further worlds. But on Roma, the Republic's capital, the picture is of corruption and decay. While Senators and large landowners prosper the poor suffer. Perhaps bread and circuses will appease them. Or perhaps the weak rule of the Consuls has had its day and the need is for a single, strong leader. An Emperor...

Survivors of the Naronic
by Tony Mitton, Theo Clarke

The survivors of a mid-Atlantic shipwreck find themselves taken underwater towards an exploding volcano and a lost civilisation. A rip-roaring game of Victorian adventure and intrigue.

The Drow Ball
by A Stormlantern Game

The Drow Ball

For the first time since the Sundering of the Council, does the prospect of a great and bloody conflict cast a shadow over the peace and prosperity of our lands but hope, it seems, is offered from the unlikeliest or sources.

The Drow Ball will explore politics, bigotry and overcoming historical violence; using the context of the fantasy genre to avoid the potential personal feelings that those subjects might raise if set in the real world. Indeed, the Fantasy Genre allows us to make sure that this will be a lot of fun at the same time.

N.B. We are holding back 10 places for people to sign-up on the day at the venue.

The Man In Black
by Brian Williams, AJ Smith
The Man in Black, the most famous assassin in the known Universe, is carrying out a hit tonight, in the very bar named in his honour. Will you be a Local, just minding your own (dubious) business, one of the many who are just passing through, or are you here for the hit itself?

Veni, Vidi... Bassethwaite?
by Mel Dymond Harper, Wendy Prosser and Mo Holkar

The year is 150 AD. Britannia is entirely occupied by the Romans. Well, not entirely... in the sleepy fortified encampment of Isca Bassetorum, built alongside the Pictish village of Bassethwaite, there is still something of an uneasy tension between conqueror and conquered.

Zombies on Ice I: We Came Back From Dead Man's Curve
by Ben Llewellyn
A comic horror story from the monsters' point of view. Brains will be simulated by cherry cheesecake.