Game of the Month
In Flamecraft, 1-5 players take on the role of Flamekeepers, gathering items, placing dragons and casting enchantments to enhance the shops of the town. Dragons are specialized (bread, meat, iron, crystal, plant and potion) and the Flamekeepers know which shops are the best home for each. Visit a shop to gain items and a favor from one of the dragons there. Gathered items can be used to enchant a shop, gaining reputation and the favors of all the dragons in the shop. If you are fortunate enough to attract fancy dragons then you will have opportunities to secure even more reputation.
It's Game Night!
Play games 7 days a week. We have Magic the Gathering tournaments, Board Game Play, Trading Card Nights, Dungeons & Dragons Adventurer's League, Star Wars Legion events, Yu-Gi-Oh! tournaments, Pokémon League, Warhammer Events, Cardfight Vanguard, and more. There's always a place for you and your friends to play at Game Haven!
Reviews for Game Haven Tooele, UT
Game Haven is always fun to hang out. There are always people there playing games. They have a wide arrange of games to purchase. They also have polite and knowledgeable employees.
This place is really cool. I am just going to have to go here more.
Game Haven is such fun and incredible place to go Especially on Friday's if you enjoy playing Magic.
About Tooele, UT
Tooele ( too-WIL-ə) is a city in Tooele County in the U.S. state of Utah. The population was 35,742 at the 2020 census. It is the county seat of Tooele County. Located approximately 30 minutes southwest of Salt Lake City, Tooele is known for Tooele Army Depot, for its views of the nearby Oquirrh Mountains and the Great Salt Lake. == History == The Tooele Valley was the traditional territory of the Tooele Valley Goshute, a band of the Goshute Shoshone. The ancient presence of humans in the area is attested by extensive archaeological work at the Danger Cave site, which confirms people were present and active by 9000 BP [7000 BC]. When Mormon pioneers entered the Great Salt Lake Valley in July 1847, it was covered with abundant tall grass. The Mormons first used the valley as wintering grounds for their herds. In September 1849, three families settled on a small stream south of present-day Tooele City. Other families slowly joined them, and by 1853 Tooele City Corporation was organized.