Wow! What a show! There's a reason we signed up for the wait list to exhibit at NOVA Open in Washington, D.C. This year, they expanded to a larger venue, the Washington Hilton, and we really wanted to get Polyversal in front of the NOVA Open audience. There is a very large Warhammer 40k presence, but lots of other games going on from all genres.
At the last minute, we packed up and headed to D.C. to exhibit, focusing on Polyversal demonstrations all weekend. As an unexpected surprise, SPACER flew in from Houston and spent a day running bug/Starship Troopers themed Polyversal games (some pictures below). This was really cool and somewhat of a test for a much larger version he's planning for next year's Adepticon as an event (or several events). Staff at NOVA Open were among the best we've ever worked with on the exhibiting side- and we got some press coverage for Polyversal including a 1-on-1 interview that will be released by their media team once edited. We were set up in the demo hall next to the guys previewing Zeo Genesis including Gav Thorpe himself.
NOVA was awesome! I urge anyone interested in a great miniatures convention to plan to go next year. Join us there and stop by as we've already re-confirmed to attend again in 2024. With enough support, we may be able to run some events there for Polyversal.
Below are some Polyversal photos from the convention in the first gallery and a second gallery of SPACER's Starship Troopers themed Polyversal game. To have a look at all of NOVA's official photos from all over the convention, check out the album linked below. The second link is a youtube short we uploaded featuring our terrain from the booth.