Con Man: The Game: The Preview

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After a significant delay to convert the Westin Peachtree Ballroom from a panel to a ballroom setting, “Con Man: The Game” finally got underway at 9:30PM. Con Man stars Alan Tudyk and Nolan North and producer PJ Haarsma were gracious and accommodating to the attendees, who waited for a chance to mingle with the actors while learning more about the game.

Once inside, Tudyk addressed the room, saying they had provided free wi-fi in order for everyone to download the game and check it out. Later in the evening, a game of trivia was announced. Attendees could test their knowledge of both Con Man: The Series and the new game for fun and prizes.

After the music was turned up, everyone started dancing, and Tudyk, North, and Haarsma visited with the crowd of about 600, signing autographs and posing for selfies.

Con Man: The Game is available for Apple and Android phones and can be downloaded free from the Apple Store or Google Play.

About the author

Colleen Sisler Colleen Callahan Sisler is Digital Marketing and Print Production Manager for a Metro Atlanta agency specializing in adult beverage marketing for the national on-premise sector. She lives in Holly Springs with her husband, their son, and their two rescue pooches. They are currently embarking on a minimalist lifestyle and are in search of the perfect tiny home while purging 20+ years of accumulated memorabilia. Starting with A Wrinkle In Time and never looking back, Colleen is a huge fan of science fiction, fantasy, and the supernatural. Favorite time burners are anything by Joss Whedon, the entire Outlander universe, the occasional Neil Gaiman rant, and as many geeky TV shows as she can lay her eyes on. Recently, Colleen has decided to go back to her first love - writing. Since the third grade, creating neighborhood newsletters with a typewriter and copying them with a mimeograph machine (remember those?), the writing flame has been kept alive through short stints in industry magazines, copywriting for marketing projects, and randomly posting in now defunct personal blogs. Writing for the Daily Dragon (she's a newb!) is the first stepping stone in a two-year plan to break into the literary world.

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