“At last year’s event we found some great ideas, met some lovely people and overall had a very nice time — so of course we’re coming back in 2023,” said James Vaughan, Head of Game Development and Inventor Relations at Big Potato.
“While the game does look very silly, the actual game engine behind it is one of our best,” said Dean Tempest, CEO and Co-Founder of Big Potato Games.
The partnership will see some of Buffalo’s portfolio come to the UK through Big Potato, while Buffalo will distribute Big Potato’s new releases in the US.
“It’s been a long time coming, but Big Potato are finally trundling down to Mojo Pitch to hear all the latest and greatest ideas from the inventor community,” said James Vaughan, Head of Game Development & Inventor Relations at Big Potato.
“From now on, I’ll be spending my time making sure that Big Potato continues to put out distinctive, stand-out games,” said Vaughan.
A celebration of the toy and game industry’s design talent, among the big winners this year are Spin Master, Big Potato and Seven Towns, while Heayes Design’s Richard Heayes scooped the Design Icon accolade.
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