24/05/2019 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Champions, Deep Sea Adventure and Hive studios join Tabletop Gaming Live 2019 line-up

cf2b0cd6-dd2b-4e9e-b1c7-bc962d935cf6

The list of exhibitors bringing their latest games to this year’s Tabletop Gaming Live convention continues to grow, with the creators of some of the hobby’s most popular titles newly confirmed for the London show taking place on September 28th and 29th 2019.

Playfusion, the studio behind hybrid toys-to-life hit Lightseekers and Warhammer: Age of Sigmar trading card game Champions – which made one of its first UK appearances at last year’s Tabletop Gaming Live following a debut at Gen Con – will be back in Alexandra Palace for another year, bringing its combination of physical card games and digital apps for visitors to play.

Also returning is Oink Games, the cult Japanese label behind charming microgames such as push-your-luck Deep Sea Adventure and social deduction party game A Fake Artist Goes to New York. Last year Oink brought along its Gen Con release Tomatomato, so you can expect its 2019 offering to be just as juicy.

New to the show is Gen42, the creator of acclaimed abstract strategy games Hive and Tatsu. The studio will have its latest game Vektorace available to play, as well as the brand new Feed Me!, an inventive puzzle game about guiding steel balls through a maze of walls that’s been in the works for two years.

These titles join hundreds of games at Tabletop Gaming Live 2019, including the latest from the makers of KeyForge, X-Wing, Pandemic, Ticket to Ride, Sushi Go! and more. Tournaments for Pandemic, Catan and more will also be taking place during the weekend, giving players the chance to win amazing prizes and the chance to become a champion.

Head to theticketfactory.com to book your tickets for Tabletop Gaming Live 2019 today – weekend and family bundles are available, with kids under 10 free.

News

24/05/2019 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon