Saturday, 10th December 2022, from 10am
Harry Potter Miniatures Adventure Game
The Harry Potter Miniatures Adventure Game is your gateway to a world of magic and wonder. In this board game, you will be able to relive the adventures of your favourite characters from the Harry Potter cinematic series. Will you do battle against the forces of the Dark Lord? Or will you help Voldemort achieve his goals and destroy Harry Potter and his meddling friends? The Harry Potter Miniatures Adventure Game is easy to learn, but difficult to master, and you’ll want to return again and again to unleash new characters and abilities, and perfect your strategies.
1-4 players | 60-90 mins
Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle
A Co-Operative Deck-Building Game.
Play as your favorite characters and defend the wizarding world from evil forces. Enhance your abilities as you build your deck with over 140 cards. Seven successive game adventures offer increasing difficulty as you battle Villains and unlock new abilities, secrets and challenges.
1-4 players | 60-90 mins
Dobble: Harry Potter
Can you spot the single matching magical image between two cards?
2-6 players | 15 mins
Story Cubes: Harry Potter
Tell your own stories in the Wizarding World! The beloved game of creativity gets a magical twist. Simply roll the cubes, see what images they reveal – whether it be favourite characters like Harry Potter or Hermione Granger, a magical creature or a racing broom – then use them to create a story.
2-8 players | 15 mins
Codenames: Harry Potter
A fun, cooperative word-and-picture deduction game for Harry Potter fans of all ages! Can you give one-word clues to guide your team to the right cards without summoning a dark wizard?
2+ players | 15 mins
Similo: Harry Potter
A cooperative deduction game where your goal is to make the other players guess one secret character by playing other character cards from your hand as clues, stating whether they are similar to or different from the secret character.
2+ players | 10 mins
Talisman: Harry Potter
Lord Voldemort™ awaits the most competent of witches and wizards for a fateful demonstration of bravery or obedience in Talisman: Harry Potter™! Take on the daring roles of members of the Order of the Phoenix™ or Death Eaters™ in a fleeting race around Hogwarts™ to gain access to the Dark Lord himself.
2-6 players | 90+ mins
Munchkin: Harry Potter
The race is on to be the top witch or wizard in this version of Steve Jackson’s classic roleplaying card game, where you can play as a member of your favorite Hogwarts house and scuffle with other students to reach Level 10 first! Acquire Allies, use Proficiency, and deal Curses to dungeon-crawl your way to the top in a whole new way to enjoy the magical movies you love.
2-6 players | 60+ mins
Clifton Road Games
16 Clifton Road
Tel. 01392 259 988
Cars: The Triangle Car Park is at the end of Clifton Road. In addition, there are 30-minute parking bays just up the road near Newtown Stores convenience shop, as well as 2-hour bays in each of the side roads off of Clifton Road (Clifton Street, Chute Street, Sandford Walk, etc). If you have an electric vehicle, there are charging points in Belmont Road (along the front of Belmont Park), on the left as you exit Clifton Road.
Bus: The nearest bus stop is Lower Summerlands at the junction of Clifton Road and Heavitree Road. The new Exeter Bus Station is only a few yards further away, by St. Sidwell’s Point Leisure Centre and the VUE Cinema (walk down past the VUE cinema, across Western Way, between Jury’s Inn and Belmont Chapel to the Triangle Car Park and then turn left past The Clifton Inn).
FOOD & DRINK
Clifton Road Games do not provide or sell food and/or drinks on the premises, but customers are welcome to bring their own.
Newtown Stores is just up the road (on your left as you exit the shop), The Clifton Inn has an in-house bakery, as well as their regular pub menu, and is also just up the road (on the right as you exit). Exe Coffee Roasters are across the Triangle Car Park (opposite the Pyramids Leisure Centre).
We generally advise that gamers take specific breaks for food and drinks, rather than snacking throughout. It’s safer for the games components.
Customer toilets are available. Note that these are wheelchair accessible but not fully equipped as disabled facilities (ie. they do have extra space for a wheelchair and low hand basins; they don’t have hand rails or emergency assistance alarms).