The party game saw off competition from Ted Alspach’s Werewords and Reiner Knizia’s L.A.M.A.
Celebrating the opening night of DISTOY, we’ll be uniting the toy and game industry on Tuesday, May 28th for a night of networking, boozing and quizzing at London’s Jerusalem Bar.
“Adults and children over 10 can now create a powerful team of characters from their favourite fandoms and face off in exciting table-top gameplay,” said Funko Games’ Jay Wheatley.
New stores will allow toy firms to showcase products in an ‘interactive playground-like environment’ and create custom experiences around their IP.
“Together we can significantly add value across all our activities and continue to strengthen our mutual excellence and long standing customer relationships,” said Juan Ferrer, executive chairman of Jumbodiset Group.
“Bringing this Harley-Davidson motorcycle to life in brick form is incredibly exciting,” said Mike Psiaki, Design Master at the LEGO Group.
“The Toy Association is thrilled to extend our longstanding support of the inventor and designer community through this multi-dimensional event, offering invaluable learning and networking for inventors, designers and brand owners,” said Steve Pasierb, President and CEO of The Toy Association.
Since 2000, Preloaded’s Phil Stuart has worked with game-based technologies to create playful, purposeful experiences for adults, young people and kids.
Boyle will be talking about the importance of play-based behaviours for creating a more innovative company culture.
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