During the approach to the UK Games Expo, I wanted to showcase publishers and people that are involved within the boardgame industry. One of these people is Jay also known as Breacher18. I first knew of Breacher18 via YouTube and the UK Gaming Media Network. Later on, at last years UK Games Expo, I almost had the chance to speak with her, but she was manically running around gathering interviews and showcasing the latest games to her followers
With only 3 days to go until the UK Games Expo, here is another press release for Playmore Games, a company that plans to change the way players learn the rules to those hard to understand board games. Will it replace boardgame experts such as Paul Grogan from Gaming Rules Videos or Rodney Smith from Watch… Read More »
Innovative Flicking Game to Be Launched at UK Games Expo
On June 3rd at the UK Games Expo, the board games publisher Brain Games is launching Ice Cool – the first flicking game with pieces that curve and jump. The game has been nominated for UK Games Expo Awards 2016 in the Children category. It stands out with two major innovations: flicking techniques and a Box-In-A-Box setup.
The CCTV is installed. The laser tripwires are active. The alarms are set. The vault door is shut tight and your bank staff are armed. To others, it’s a security nightmare that’s nigh impossible to breach. To you, however, it’s the stage for the Perfect Crime.
Grublin Games (Cornish Smuggler, Waggle Dance, Terralith) are launching an asymmetrical, modern day, tower defence style bank robbery game with fast setup, hidden information, tons of tension, and is based on real life and filmic heists: Perfect Crime.
Perfect Crime is a game for 2-5 players, takes ~90 minutes to play and can be played in co-op, semi co-op or full competitive modes.
You have your shiny new game, with the shiny new meeple, chits and dice. You pull out your table and it’s looking a bit worse for wear, the shine has gone, the leg is a bit wonky and the table leans when you rest on it. God forbid, if you need a place to rest… Read More »
I’ve been given the chance to play a new PC game called Duskers from Misfits Attic. I always like these types of games where you don’t know what is out there, where every turn is fraught with danger and uncertainty. This game reminds me of an old Commodore 64 game called Hackers II: Search… Read More »