Game On 2.0

After much inquiry, the inaugural LAN party is returning for Game On 2.0. Great enjoyment was experienced last year. Looking forward to even more enjoyment with the classic LAN experience.

Requirements: A computer (doesn’t need to be a high end we are playing old school games so just about any computer will work)

Food/Drinks/Snacks will be provided.

Please RSVP or send me a private message (Benjamin Alexander)

Don’t know what a LAN party is?


Dry Red Sea’s Inaugural LAN Party Event!

If you don’t know what a LAN party is you are missing out on a key aspect of gaming goodness.

Requirements: A computer that can run one of the two games described below + a good attitude.

We will be playing Starcraft or 0.A.D depending on people and system requirements. Almost everyone should be able to run these games. Both games run on mac and windows and are FREE!!!

Download Here:


0 A.D.:


Childcare available upon request. Don’t let that be the reason you are unable to join!

There will be AWARDS!

Design the official desktop background to earn the first award:

Submit Entries BEFORE the event!

Email me if you have any questions:


Enjoyed the new WARHAMMER store @ Centerra in Loveland. Fun time learning the rules and dynamics of the game and cutting, gluing and painting a couple game pieces with my son.

LAN Party?

I have had many questions in regards to “what exactly is a LAN party?”

My definition: A controlled gaming chaos extravaganza where users are in a confined space and linked together without use of the internet.

Wikipedia’s definitions: A LAN party is a gathering of people with computers or compatible game consoles, where a local area network (LAN) connection is established between the devices using a router or switch, primarily for the purpose of playing multiplayer video games together. The size of these networks may vary from as few as two people, to very large gatherings of a hundred or more. Small parties can form spontaneously and take advantage of common household networking equipment, but larger ones typically require more planning, equipment, and preparation.