You may well want to find out more about what's involved in a game, or even fancy running your own. It can be a daunting task, but take heart and visit some of these sites for ideas and resources.
A hub for all megagaming activity around the UK and the rest of the world, including a regularly updated megagame calendar, free megagaming resources and an active blog.
A regularly updated megagame blog by one of our game designers, Becky Ladley.
A games company run by one of our designers, Paul Howarth, where you can book your own megagames, for schools or business.
Dave is a megagaming old hand and as well as an introductory guide to producing your own game, he's keeping a list of megagames planned around the world here.
Possibly more use for play-testing resources and postage needs to be borne in mind, but this site certainly saves trawling EBay for old games to cannibalise. www.boardgameextras.co.uk is an alternative, although with fewer bargains.
Other Megagame Groups
The original megagames group, where you can find out more about the history of these games and find more resources for running your own.