“Clue is an iconic whodunit property that exudes mystery and intrigue, and has fans all over the world – we can’t wait to share our reimagined animated version with audiences,” said eOne’s Pancho Mansfield.
Elsewhere, Point Salad from desigers Molly Johnson, Robert Melvin and Shawn Stankelwich was named Best Card Game, while Wolfgang Warsch’s The Quacks of Quedlinburg picked up Best Family Game.
As Identity Games prepares to launch its latest title – Nightmare Horror Adventures: Welcome to Crafton Manor – we ask, what does it take to create a genuinely scary board game?
The Coronavirus lockdown is creating a new generation of board game fanatics who will be eager to enjoy those experiences on mobile phones, says Exient chief publishing officer Julian Jones.
“We feel honoured to be able to supply pastimes that make isolation a little easier and feel it’s our duty to give back to those who are at risk, vulnerable and are facing months of quarantine,” said Gibsons MD, Kate Gibson.
From gorillas to gaming: Conservation expert Richard Milburn on raising awareness, and funds, with Conservation Crisis
One year on from the launch of Conservation Crisis, we caught up with Richard to learn more about his journey in the board game space so far.
What do retailers know about inventing games that sell? Darrell and Becky Ottery own and run the aptly named Eclectic Games in Reading. With a tireless work ethic, they strive to play every game they stock, and meet each customer’s need with insight.
“I want everything we put out to feel special”: Duncan Molloy on giving Rebellion’s hit brands the board game treatment with Rebellion Unplugged
Rebellion Unplugged’s Duncan Molloy tells us why Sniper Elite was the perfect IP to kick-start things for the new outfit.
‘This will be the first event of its kind in India where a game designer can work with a company like ours to publish one of their games,” said DICE Toy Labs director Phalgun Polepalli.