Millennium Games



1225 Jefferson Road, Rochester, NY 14623
Hours (as of June 2023)
Monday - Saturday: 10:00AM to 10:00PM
Sunday: 10:00AM to 5:00PM
585 427 2190
Wheelchair Accessible

Millennium Games is a gaming store in the Frontier Commons. Their inventory includes board games for families, parties, strategy, cooperative play, and competitive play. They also feature collectible card games like Magic: The Gathering and Yu-Gi-Oh, miniatures from Games Workshop and Privateer Press, and role playing books. Millennium Games has over 5,000 Disc golf discs and accessories to pair with the 15 local free courses.

The store has a full schedule of events. Their website and Facebook page is regularly updated with the new ownership and they hold events almost every day. Weekends see lots of special events for Magic, Games Workshop, Yu-Gi-Oh, or Dungeons and Dragons, depending on scheduling. They also host the [WWW]Rochester Boardgame Society (RochGamers) Game Day (where people bring in board games to share and play for free) each third Saturday.

Formerly housed the Cyberstorm Lounge, a LAN center, but this was closed in October 2015. On June 29, 2023, they moved from Henrietta Town Line Plaza to their current location.



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2007-02-05 16:15:19   If you are out of college and a gamer, this is probably the best place I know to meet people interested in the things you're interested in. Because we do already have some gamer-heavy colleges (RIT, UR), a large portion of the regular clientele are either younger or older than college age. —IsaacVanDuyn

2007-03-25 08:01:02   They have open Board Game play night here on Wednesdays (last I checked). But don't go here if you are looking for someone to play Scrabble or Monopoly with. Do go here if you are looking for a large game of Carcasonne (my fave!) or other Euro board games. Contrary to popular belief, most people are not sitting around Millenium playing D&D or other card games. Strategy games are also very popular here. —KimBee

2007-03-25 09:54:39   Sweet, another modern-game boardgamer. A few folks at Ant Hill Cooperative use to have regular new-boardgame game nights. —FarMcKon

2008-02-29 03:54:41   Staff very friendly and kind to those of us who know nothing about these types of games. Many similar stores employees have a tendency to glare and ignore your questions if you dont look like you are really into their products. Not the case here! They also have a wonderful selection of packaging materials for storing your collection —EllaBeeney

2008-07-06 16:27:07   Millennium games is kind of a "Your Mileage May Vary" store. The selection is amazing, for sure, and it's the largest store space for playing games, but the staff can be hit or miss on the friendliness side. This, however, is true for gamers of all stripes, store staff or not. Still, it and Boldo's are the only places in town for this sort of gaming, and Boldo's is a much smaller venue. —JamesIrish

2010-10-07 11:44:43   I used to go there all the time before I moved away for college. When I was leaving one of the employees mentioned that "I was spoiled by Millenium and I wouldn't find another gaming store like this" After going to Stony Brook and then Michigan I can say that he was right. There is no store in either NYC, Detroit or Chicago that was even close to Millenium in terms of size variety or knowledge. Thank god I'm back! —RobertForscythe

2011-03-07 18:42:12   March Lock In event is coming on March 19th. If you haven't checked out one of our lock-ins, it is one of the best nights you can have with tons of people gaming and having fun together. There are board games to play, a Warhammer 40K tournament at 6pm, Pizza and donuts included with your entry, mini tournaments to win store credit and hours, and more! —MikeBauman

2011-10-13 14:32:04   Really friendly sales people, I hadn't gamed since middle school or high school and they happily walked me through any questions I had. You can tell they are very interested and dedicated to helping to build and support the gaming community in Rochester. —ClarkDever