Nuke-Con 2013

The Omaha Area’s Premier Gaming Convention

What is Nuke-Con?

Nuke-Con is a not-for-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the positive educational, social, and entertainment aspects in all types of gaming hobbies.

Games offer reading, listening, and kinesthetic learning opportunities featuring counting, strategy, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Gathering together offers the opportunity to further the community of learning.

Once a year we host a family-oriented three-day convention that attracts people from all over the country. We also run several one-day game days during the year.

Read more about Nuke-Con and its activities.

How do I attend?

Nuke-Con has something for eveyone!

First off, without Game Masters, Nuke-Con doesn’t go! If you’re a GM and have a game, LARP, tournament or something else that you want to share with hundreds of gamers, we want you!

If you’re an avid gamer, you’ll want to get your member badge and get in to one of our many games. Our programming page will keep you informed on special events we have planned for the weekend of our convention. Want to know more? Connect with us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

Are you vendor who is interested Nuke-Con? Check out our vendor info for details on booths and pricing.

We also have space for groups, artists and panels!

If you’re not sure how you fit in, contact us!

How can I help?

Volunteers

There are lots of ways you can help make Nuke-Con a success.

Nuke-Con is an all volunteer organization, but that doesn't mean you have to dedicate months of your life. There are lots of ways at all levels of effort that can REALLY make a difference.

If you have time to help at an event, or a spare hour once a month, we'd appreciate the help! Please contact the volunteer coordinator or check out our volunteers page.

 

The Make-a-Monster contest is ending soon!

Posted on: Tuesday July 22, 2014

The Wicked Weekend of Games are coming!

Will you be prepared for it?

Not until you’ve created a monster for Nuke-Con’s “Make a Monster” contest you won’t!

The monsters are running rampant at Nuke-Con this year, and we need to you to create them!

Nuke-Con’s “Make a Monster” contest – sponsored by houseofbts.net – is your chance to design, create, and bring your very own monster to life!

The Contest: Use your imagination to design the most horrible monster you can think of, and then create it! Design its details, write its backstory, illustrate its looks, or even produce the kinds of sounds it makes… all elements of creation are welcome for this contest!

If your monster is horrifying enough, it will wander the hallways and hunt in the dark rooms of the house of BtS as an exclusive monster!

But the very best monstrosity will make an appearance in a Beyond the Supernatural adventure at this year’s Nuke-Con while its creator gets a free Nuke-Con T-shirt!

Time is running out, so build your monster quickly!

Click on the link below to read all about it!
http://houseofbts.net/make-a-monster.html

So just who (or what) is 9th Level Games?

Posted on: Tuesday July 22, 2014

The Kobolds are coming!


9th Level Games (9LG) began as a small-press publisher and designer of humorous role-playing games (RPGs). The company was founded by Dan Landis and Chris O’Neill while in high school together in Philadelphia. Even now, we’re just these two guys from the suburbs of Philadelphia making games in the basement (often literally in the basement).


9th Level Games is known for Kobolds Ate My Baby!(KAMB!), the BEER Engine game system, and the first edition of the Ninja Burger RPG. We have developed both the Warhamster and Cthulhu for President role-playing games and numerous supplements for other systems.


We’re also responsible for SATAN! Your New Favorite Game. We apologize.


On a more personal note:

  • Chris’ favorite pizza topping is more cheese

  • Dan’s favorite pizza topping is mushrooms

  • Chris’ favorite supervillan is Black Manta

  • Dan’s favorite supervillan is the Joker

  • Chris would be a catbug

  • Dan would be a silver dragon


We make games, because that’s the best game.


9th Level Games image


Come on out and meet the guys behind 9th Level Games at Nuke-Con this year.

There will be Kobolds. So. Many. Kobolds.

A Sneak Peek of our 2014 T-shirts!

Posted on: Tuesday July 22, 2014

Front side of the 2014 T-Shirt

This year’s T-shirt’s are so good,
the dead are coming back to life just to order them!

Back side of the 2014 T-Shirt

We may be able to do custom orders of hoodies, long sleeves, talls, etc. Please contact tshirts@nuke-con.com regarding custom orders.

Support Toys for Tots at Nuke-Con 2014

Posted on: Tuesday July 22, 2014

In keeping with our mission to promote the positive aspects of games, Nuke-Con supports the United States Marine Corps in its annual Toys for Tots campaign.

Toys for Tots

The Nuke-Con community was enormously generous in 2013, donating toys and money to this worthy cause. We’re excited to support this charity again in 2014, and we need your help!

Please bring a new, unwrapped toy to Nuke-Con and drop it off at the collection bin on site. Nuke-Con will then transport all the toys to Toys for Tots HQ in Omaha. No time to shop? That’s okay. You can still support our designated charity by taking advantage of the ‘Tips for Tots’ donation jar available at Concessions.

For another way to donate, check out ‘Skeletal Titan’ at 9:30pm on Saturday. ‘Skeletal Titan’ is a horror RPG using Palladium’s Beyond the Supernatural system and is masterfully written and GM’ed by Steve Dawes. This premium gaming experience will be played with flashlights in a private room. The $5 donation at the table will go directly to Toys for Tots.

Thank you all for helping out!

Raffle Prizes

Posted on: Wednesday September 18, 2013

New to Nuke-Con 2013 – Raffle Prizes! Here are the rules: A raffle ticket can be purchased for $1 per ticket or $5 for 6 tickets. Each lot will have its own bucket. After purchasing your raffle tickets, put your name and phone number on each ticket and put it in the bucket of your choice. Drawings will be held Sunday afternoon. Each lot will be awarded to one winner.

There will be a separate raffle lot for Nuke-Con volunteers only. On-site volunteers will earn 1 Con Buck and one raffle ticket per hour. Volunteers may choose any of the public lots OR the volunteer-only lot (which is not yet listed).

All proceeds from the raffles will go to our designated charity, Toys for Tots.

Lot 1 – Beautiful handmade walking staff
Lot 1

Lot 2 – Beautiful handmade walking staff
Lot 2

Lot 3 – Beautiful handmade walking staff
Lot 3

Lot 4 – Munchkin Booty, Munchkin Jumbo Dice, Munchkin Fairy Dust Booster with Dice, handmade wooden pen
Lot 4

Lot 5 – Axe Cop Munchkin, Munchkin Jumbo Dice, Munchkin Bookmark Collection, handmade wooden pen
Lot 5

Lot 6 – Fluxx Board Game, handmade wooden pen
Lot 6

Lot 7 – Ca$h n Gun$: Live and Ca$h n Gun$ Yakuza board game
Lot 7

Initial Hotel Map Published

Posted on: Wednesday September 4, 2013

We’ll be updating the site with more details about events and where to find them, but in the mean time. Here’s a quick look at the space on the first floor!

2013 First Floor Map

2013 Convention T-Shirts are Here!

Posted on: Thursday August 15, 2013

2013 t-shirts

Order your t-shirt online today!

We may be able to do custom orders of hoodies, long sleeves, talls, etc. Please contact tshirts@nuke-con.com regarding custom orders.

The Kid's Track Returns to Nuke-Con 2013

Posted on: Thursday August 15, 2013

Thanks to Tabletop Adventures, the Kid’s Track at Nuke-Con 2013 is alive and well!

Friday – 4:30 – 5:30: Giant Jenga and Fire!
Friday – 6:00 – 7:00: Haunted Houses Galore!
Friday – 7:30 – 9:30: Cardboard Arcade Challenge!

Saturday – 10:30 – 11:30: Dogfight Training. (Wings of War/Wings of Glory Basic Game)
Saturday – noon – 2pm TSR Dungeon Sat. – 3:00 – 5:00: Carcassone Big Box
Saturday – 6:00 – 7:00: Beyblade Arena Battles
Saturday – Time TBD: Cardboard Arcade Challenge

Sunday – 10:30 – 12:30: Stuffies to the Rescue! (Fuzzy Heroes)

Check the event schedule for full game descriptions!

If you have a game that would fit our Kid’s Track of programming, please submit it to our online event system, the Fallout Shelter and we’ll get it added!

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