Mind Games - Established in 1977 and based in the heart of Melbourne's CBD, Mind Games is one of the biggest games shops in Australia. We have a wide range of board games, puzzles, role-playing and miniature games and supplies.

Chimera Station: It's Alive-ly Game of Mutant-y Fun!

Here at Mind Games Melbourne we listen to you: our beloved customers! In the spirit of listening we have an answer to one of your most frequently asked questions! We often hear customers say: "I really want to be able to create life and splice together the body parts of my creations! Do you have a monopoly for that?" Well Mind Games Melbourne has a solution to your problem that will surpass the pesky inconveniences of 'ethics', 'vastly insufficient understandings of genetics' and 'untimely deaths at the hands of your own creations'. From among the murky depths of the Mind Games specials section we present Chimera Station! Build your own customised chimera workers with extra claws, tentac

The Mind: Surpass your Humanly Limits

One life left. We stand at the mercy of fate itself; six cards left to play and a single mistake could be our downfall. Odds like these could cause lesser folk to break into tears, call it quits, run back home to hide under the blankets of their childhood bed; fate is after all a cruel and unforgiving master. But fate has no servants here. I look at the cards in my hand: 33 and 78. I scan the image of these numbers into my brain and transmit my thoughts into the Sync. I catch Frank's eye and he gives me a knowing smile, we both turn to Sam who mirrors back our expressions with perfect confidence. "I think its me" I say; but we all know this already. 33, 45, 46, 47, 78, 89. Fate will not have

Spyfall: Licence to Tomorrow Twice

We sit in a circle. Tensions are high. Suspicious looks fly between us like a tumultuous flock of crows; darker than the depths of our deepest distrusts, but made of suspicion instead of regular crow parts. Someone turns to me: "When do you finish up today?"; a safe question. "I've got my usual shift," I reply, "All going well I'll be off by about five-ish" They squint their eyes for a moment but the game moves on. "Why do you come here?" I am asked a few round later. "You say that like I do it by choice!", I respond with a laugh: casual, but not too casual. Again they seem placated. My third question comes in the form of "Have you had a lucky day?" The internal smile that has slowly been