Gaming website Gnome Stew and Engine Publishing want us to play a new tabletop RPG or board game next Sunday (which also happens to be Superbowl Sunday and Groundhog Day) to mark a new geek "holiday" New Game Day.
The event's website explains:
"New Game Day is a free annual event for tabletop gamers worldwide — a day to celebrate tabletop roleplaying games (RPGs) and board games by playing something you’ve never played before. It’s easy to remember, too: 'New on 2/2.'And if that's not enough excitement then another date for your diary is April 5: International Tabletop Day, a day devoted to playing tabletop games.
"We hope that on 2/2 every year you’ll take some time to play one or more new games, support the folks who design and sell those games, and share your love of games with others."
Last year, over 3,123 events were held worldwide across seven continents, 64 countries and every state and province in North America.
Take it away Wil and Felicia: