The club has been collecting games since its creation so that we currently own about 300 games. We organize game auctions every 2-3 years in order to free some space to be able to buy new games.
Please take a look at our Ludotheek to see what we have.
Games Borrow Rules
As a member, you’ll be able to borrow games to play at home. There are the rules to follow though:
- When you borrow a game, you must fill in your data in the register notebook. The notebook for the games for kids is inside of the corresponding cupboard (labelled with the Kid’s Club logo), whereas the notebook for the other games is on the shelf at the entrance to the Hobby Room. If you cannot find the notebook(s), please ask another member, but do not borrow a game without registering. Filling in your data is quite simple as you will see from the entries already on the notebook.
- Games that are being used in a tournament or any other event cannot be borrowed for the duration of the activity.
- Please be sensible and bring back the game as soon as possible. We have no fixed time limit, but keeping the game longer than 2-3 weeks is obviously not reasonable. We’ll try to make regular checks and send reminders if we see that a game has not been returned after 1 month.
Depending on the type of games you enjoy most, you may contact the following people, so that they can introduce you other persons interested in the same type of games:
- General boardgames: David Domínguez (9855), Renaud Lecoutre (4153)
- Eurogames: Daniel Kazaniecki (4973), Jean Lapeyrere (2333)
- Ameritrash: José Luis Meseguer (3312)
- Wargames: Jean Lapeyrere (2333), José Luis Meseguer (3312), Ciro Pernice (3084)
- Kid’s games: Renaud Lecoutre (4153), Beni Megido (9523)