International Games Week October 29 – November 4

IGD12 donations have been sent!

Posted on October 31, 2012

For those libraries that requested the games generously donated by Ravensburger and PopCap, you should now have everything you need. The Labyrinth games were shipped a couple of weeks ago, and the registration codes for the PopCap computer games went out in email this morning (October 31). Check the email inbox for the person who registered your library.

Don't forget that GameTable Online and RPG Table Online will be opening their gaming doors for free gaming for the entire weekend of International Games Day (November 3 and 4). GameTable Online offers online versions of 28 different board games and RPG Table Online is a virtual tabletop application for playing role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons via the internet.

To participate in player-vs-player games requires only that users be 13+ and have an active email address to register and get in the fun. Registration is not required to play against computer opponents at

If you have questions about the GTO and RTO donation, please contact Rob Eng at reng [at]

Finally, if you signed up for the video game tournaments, you should have received further instructions from the Ann Arbor District Library this week via email. If you didn't get the email or if you still have questions about how to participate, please email them at gtsystem [at]

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    1. Hi, Andrew —

      Rob from GTO replied to your request for help on Saturday, so I’m hoping you saw his email.


    2. Hi. I cant seem to access GameTable – there is no Play Games button and it asks me to register…


    3. I also want to note that GameTable Online and RPG Table Online will be flipping the switch at 19:00 UTC on November 2nd and will keeping the games going free until Monday morning, so our international participants should be able to make use of this donation, too!

      Thanks, GTO and RTO!

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