We caught up with Courtney to learn more about the origins of the company and find out about why its new range of games marks something of an evolution for the firm.
Educa Borras bolsters sustainability efforts by adopting vegetable-based inks and recycled cardboard for its games and puzzles
Since December 2020, all products manufactured at the firm’s factory in Sant Quirze del Vallès use vegetable-based inks.
Joel Silverman, CEO at KidsKnowBest, details the firm’s new Growing Pains Accelerator, an initiative designed to help inventors, designers and start-ups with mentoring, collaboration and practical services worth at least £150,000.
While the development of the products is ongoing, Yellow Cab Games is actively seeking talent in the game development arena to help guide their new initiative.
We caught up with Michele to find out more about the origins of YWow, and how the firm is looking to engage with the inventor community.
Designer Julio E. Nazario on how a career in engineering steers his approach to inventing games like Ctrl and Holi: Festival of Colors
Julio E. Nazario is a rising star of the game design world, with his eye-catching titles like Ctrl and Holi: Festival of Colors leading design royalty Eric Lang to recently tweet: ‘Julio Nazario will win a Spiel des Jahres before 2025’.
Asked to give ten top tips to new toy-and-game inventors, Richard C. Levy and Ronald O. Weingartner went one better… Here, they offer not only their tips but also invaluable advice that shapes their thinking.
“The big idea that I hope this contest reinforces for kids is that dreams can become reality,” said Mark Carson, President and Co-Founder of Fat Brain Toys.
Reiner Knizia – the prolific game designer behind over 700 games, including Lost Cities, Modern Art and new Kosmos title My City – discusses how he got started in game design, shares his top tips for fuelling creativity and reveals the game he wishes he came up with!
Elan Lee – CEO at Exploding Kittens – discusses the origins of the now iconic card game, sheds light on where the idea for the company’s latest game – Poetry for Neanderthals – came from, and his top tips for fuelling creativity.