Exploding Kittens launches word-guessing party game, Poetry for Neanderthals

“Poetry for Neanderthals was born when two friends introduced me to a word game they invented, where each player had to describe a life experience using only single syllable words,” said Elan Lee, co-creator of Exploding Kittens.

Seinfeld and Home Alone to get the LEGO treatment

The sets were chosen on the LEGO Ideas platform, with these projects having garnered 10,000 supporters on the site.

Art of Asmodee: Space Cowboys’ François Doucet on delving into comics, video games and children’s books to find new artists for its board games

We caught up with Space Cowboys’ François Doucet to find out more about why the studio enjoys working with new artists.

Cartamundi joins Virtual Mojo Pitch 2020

“We are delighted and excited to be returning to our third Mojo Pitch; we have met so many talented and passionate game designers at these events,” said Daniel King, General Manager, UK at Cartamundi.

PlayMonster welcomes Tim Kilpin as president

“I believe that finding ways to build brands that offer quality play experiences for families and kids today is more important than ever and I am excited to be part of that,” said Kilpin.

PlayMonster joins Virtual Mojo Pitch 2020

“Last year’s event in London was extremely productive for us and I am pleased to attend this year’s event, albeit from the comfort of my own home,” said PlayMonster’s Adam Hocherman.

Art of Asmodee: Pearl Games’ Sébastien Dujardin on the “complex alchemy” that goes into creating the visuals for titles like Solenia and Black Angel

Designer and manager of Pearl Games, Sébastien Dujardin, tells us about the studio’s approach to working with artists on its line of hit tabletop titles.

Triclops Studio founders Rob Ames and Luc Hudson talk lockdown, sizzles and the art of the online pitch

Former Hasbro designers Rob Ames and Luc Hudson are the straight-talking, mind-boggling founders of UK agency Triclops. Here they talk about sizzles, life in lockdown… And pitching online!

Fuse London’s Pete Cartlidge on how old trends have new life – and why Gravity Maze amazes…

We caught up with director Pete Cartlidge to learn how old trends have new life… And why Gravity Maze still amazes…

FIT and Otis invite industry to review students’ toy design portfolios

“I encourage everyone to embrace this moment in time to show enthusiastic support for this next class of designers,” said The Toy Association’s Steve Pasierb.

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