Blakfyre Games

391 South Main Street
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
(801) 785-9713
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Email: blakfyregames at gmail dot com

This Pleasant Grove wargame store is located at 391 South Main Street. Stop by and check it out. Phone to see if it carries Warmachine, Warhammer 40K, Flames of War, Warhammer or Hordes games. Click the Edit link if you shop at this store to tell us more about what games it offers.


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Outstanding service. Particularly from the owner. Very knowledgeable of the various board, card, and tabletop games available. Huge variety in the store, and if Gary doesn't have it, he can get it for you. I will certainly be back.

-- Eric

Gary is the man! he's created an environment where anyone and everyone can feel comfortable walking through the door, if you've got yourself a nerdy vice, Gary's place can service you!

-- CBA

Friendly, Clean, Great Lighting. Lots of tables, roomy, clean restroom. Good gaming advice and easy to find others to play.

-- Adam

Gary has the best game store in Utah Valley!!! Blakfyre offers a wide range of tabletop wargaming models - from Reaper, to Privateer Press, to Games Workshop. They also provide an extensive selection of Vallejo Game and Model color paints, along with Gale Force 9 gaming aids and hobby scenics. Everything you need for the hobby painter or wargaming enthusiast.

-- Heather H.

Really great set up- lots of board games, and cards too. Plenty of tables that the owner is very generous about letting gamers use. Great environment and location.

-- David

Awesome place you've got there. Hope you're there FOREVER!

-- Timster

Really great store- friendly to board game players. The owner is frequently there and gives good recommendations. They know the games and have ordered games for me that are "out of print."

-- Janae

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