These are the games I know about. If you are interested in running a game and you have not contacted email@example.com, do so (or show up on the first session and tell me).
Icon (Matthew Knighton, Sunday afternoon), a simple and fun super hero game. Think Kitchen sink super hero roleplaying game.
Swords of the Middle Kingdom (Stephen McMorland, Sunday afternoon) Kung Fu action RPG set in a fictitious Ancient China type world called Wulin, you play members of various Kung Fu sects fighting tyranny with a price on your head etc. It uses Hong Kong Action Theatre rules – AKA Cinemaction and is a Cinematic Stunt filled fun fest of crazy antics and melodrama – please direct your less rubbish role-players in my direction – I am willing to take on maybe two or three apprentices to teach them the Ways of Kung Fu.
D&D 3.5ish (Timothy Raspin, Sunday afternoon) a low(ish) level D&D 3.5 game using the Eberron Campaign setting. As always, I have some House Rules though these are relatively minor modifications to the base rules. However, I do have a completely different alignment system that has proved to encourage roleplaying. Room for about 2.
Doctor Who (Craig Oxbrow, Sunday afternoon)
Vampire: The Requiem (Craig Oxbrow, Sunday evening)
Serenity (Euan Reid, Wednesday afternoon) Since this is not an official GEAS time slot and no presentation will be held, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Some or single slots:
Feng Shui (David McIlhinney, Sunday Evenings) Big Explosions, Time Travel and Flying Monkeys all included. “Plenty” of room.
Refractions (Phil Harris, Sunday afternoon) 3 possible slots.
Beyond the Maelstrom (Phil Harris, Sunday evening) One opening.
Witchcraft (Ben McCallum, Sunday evenings) One free slot.
1920s game (Matthew Barrowcliffe, Sunday afternoon) Roughly speaking the game is a
cross between Jeeves and Wooster, The Laundry by Charles Stross, the
Scarifiers (a radio series) and a period drama that may involve a gay
athiest anarchist. One free slot
Bronze age GURPS (Crian Shields, some Sundays, some Saturdays). One space.
Call of Cthullu (Rasmus Dall, every other Friday) contact email@example.com if you want to get in touch with them. Could use one or possibly two more players.
For the moment, it seems to be mostly Sunday games.