Ever since John O'Sullivan and Joe Vaughan founded the UL Games Society in 1989, we have been providing the best gaming experience for UL students for decades, regardless of their skill level or previous experience in games as a whole. The society holds an expansive library of board games and a wide variety of modern consoles, alongside two full virtual reality systems for members to use during our weekly events.
For our traditional games, we hold Tabletop Night on Mondays from 6PM, where you can come in and try out any game in our collection. Whether you're a Catan champion or just a Jenga fan, this event is the place to meet new friends and simply relax. Our trading card players are also on hand at the event, so if you've a passing interest in Magic: The Gathering or Yu-Gi-Oh, or might even have decks of your own, feel free to visit us for a few rounds!
We also provide support for roleplaying games of all types, and often there will be a Dungeons and Dragons party looking for new players or Dungeon Masters! In terms of video games, Consoles Day is on Wednesdays from noon to 6PM in the Student Centre! Our most popular consoles are set up for members to use, so it's a great way to unwind/kill time between classes. We have games ranging as far back as the original NES, all the way up to today's most popular titles!
The society holds competitions and trips on occasion, so make sure to follow us for the latest updates. We do hope you consider visiting us, because you'll never know what game might be just for you, and maybe some new friendships might find their start with us too! If you are interested in joining, please click the join button at the top of the page.
For more information about our society, meet-up times and upcoming events, check out our UL Wolves page.