Boardgame and RPG Convention
Boardgame and RPG Convention

Game Designers

Game Demos

Happy Harpy Games – makes grown-up games that kids can play, too. Build giant robots and embrace your inner mad scientist in ROBOT RISE!, a fast-paced card game for 2-6 evil geniuses ages 8 and up. Or play Picky Eater and strategize to fill your tray with the most delicious food combos…every morsel matters!

Road Roariors – In Road Roariors, players race to the finish while avoiding obstacles and shooting projectiles at other players. Try not to get rammed off the bridge! First player to claw their way across the finish line wins!

Paraphrase: Songs In Other Words – you have to recall the name of hit songs from various decades while only having a few seconds in which to do so. The clues, however, are a paraphrase of the song titles so they aren’t as easily recognizable. Can you do it? Can your team members do it? 

Graffiti City – a dice allocation, area control, and paint brawling game.

Alien Playground – a programmable movement, variable power, meeple abduction game.

Sanctuary Saga – Inspired by 16-bit JRPGs of the 90’s, Sanctuary Saga is a cooperative deck building game for 2 to 4 players.  Incorporating mild legacy elements, players follow the exploits of guilds from various nations combining their assets to found a new city-state in a resource rich and hostile land.

Tetrad – a programmable movement, variable power, meeple abduction game.This fast paced game is inspired by D&D and UNO: easy rules of with classes, abilities, and the fun of dice rolling.

Saints and Scoundrels – Saints and Scoundrels is a Pulp Detective themed card bluffing game for 2 to 6 players. Gameplay is about 20-30 minutes. Players are Private Detectives bluffing and counter-bluffing each other to make sure they find the serial killer first. Also, the brilliant but psychotic Dr. Xyko can help you achieve victory over your opponents…or he may drive you insane and make you lose the game.

Deck of Wonders – Deck of Wonders is a solitaire deckbuilding game that plays like Hearthstone and has deep legacy elements that evolve the game as you play, making each player’s deck a unique reflection of their choices and accomplishments. The object of the game is to defeat the various Villains that challenge you for the Deck of Wonders by turning their own spells and minions against them, while enlisting the support of magical creatures and powers of your own.

Joy Ride –  Players drive their taxis around a modular city in attempts to earn the most money from delivering passengers to their destinations. You’ll have to think on your feet as you route yourself around other players and their interfering plans to earn the most money instead.

Killjoy – Killjoy is a card game for 2-8 players. One player takes on the role of Jerry, inviting the rest of the players to their really lame parties. Everyone else draws excuses and actions in an attempt to be the first player out of Jerry’s party.


Each year, CinCityCon offers Game Designers the opportunity to reserve a table to demo their games all weekend. The table must must be used for demoing and any displays should promote the game. Designers whose game is complete are permitted to sell that one game from their table. If you wish to sell additional games or items, we ask you to purchase an Exhibitor Booth instead of or in addition to your designer table.

Purchase of a Game Design table does not include any badges. You must purchase any badges separately.

Please do not demo more than two games per table.