King of Tokyo, Sushi Go!, Kingdomino, Sub Terra and The Chameleon creators bringing award-winning family favourites and party hits to Tabletop Gaming Live

03 July 2018
Screen-Shot-2018-07-03-at-11.08.48-65513.png The King of Tokyo at Tabletop Gaming Live
Big Potato, Blue Orange, Iello, Inside the Box, North Star and more join dozens of studios showing their latest games at London convention

This year’s Tabletop Gaming Live line-up continues to grow with the addition of some of the most exciting games studios in the world.

Joining already announced board game, RPG and miniatures studios such as Fantasy Flight, Days of Wonder, Catan Studio, Cubicle 7PlayFusion and many more is a fresh slew of creators behind smash-hit family favourites and crowd-pleasing party games.

These include Blue Orange, the family publisher behind Kingdomino – last year’s winner of the Spiel des Jahres – Queendomino and Photosynthesis, as well as many other games. 

Also on the show floor will be Iello, the team responsible for games including dice-rolling smash hits King of Tokyo and King of New York.

Joining them is Big Potato, the British party game makers of The Chameleon, Obama Llama, Truth Bombs, Scrawl and Bucket of Doom.

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Meanwhile, fellow Brit studio Inside the Box will bring along its hit co-op game Sub Terra, plus hot fresh title NewSpeak, to the show.

You’ll also find Sushi Go! and Forbidden Desert creator Gamewright, plus Dice Hospital studio Alley Cat Games and North Star, which will have its Happy Planet series – including the hilarious Happy Salmon and upcoming dancing game Funky Chicken, new for this year. 

The number of miniatures specialists continues to grow, too, with Titan Wargames, Pendraken Miniatures and more adding to an already extensive line-up featuring publishers such as Warcradle, Mantic and Warlord Games.

Tabletop Gaming Live will take place in London’s Alexandra Palace this September 29th and 30th, and will include participation games (more details here), live seminars and an open gaming area.

Tickets are on sale now from just £10, with family and weekend bundles available. Visit The Ticket Factory and search “Tabletop Gaming Live”.



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