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Battlestar Galactica Starship Battles - The “33” Campaign begins!

9th May 2019 
At UK Games Expo, Ares Games’ booth 1-302 will become a galactic battlefield with up to 66 players fighting simultaneously for the launch of “Battlestar Galactica – the 33 Campaign”, a series of events inspired by “33”, the first episode of the Reimagined series. The Battlestar Galactica and the rest of the Colonial fleet are relentlessly pursued by Cylons; 33 minutes after each faster-than-light jump, they arrive again, trying to exterminate what’s left of Mankind. Join the first “33” Campaign battle at UKGE on Saturday, from 9:30 am to 1 pm, and receive exclusive promo cards and more. Find out more here.

Tripods Invade UK Game Expo! 
It’s time to take off with Wings of Glory – Tripods & Triplanes, a new stand-alone game adding a new twist to Wings of Glory: the WW1 historical setting is turned upside down by the crossover with H.G. Wells' novel "The War of the Worlds”. Players will take control of an awesome Martian Tripod, set upon bringing death and destruction on our planet, or fly on the most advanced flying machines created by Mankind at the time. The preview of Tripods & Triplanes will be presented at UK Games Expo, with demo games at Ares’ booth 1-302. Find out more about the game here.

Fun and fast (and a little scary!) card games 
Ares Games brings to Birmingham its newest releases, including two horror-themed card games, fast-playing and fun.

In Monsters vs Heroes: Cthulhu Mythos characters from H.P. Lovecraft’s duel with cards. Players secretly join one of the factions, Monsters or Heroes, fighting with Robert Olmstead or Zadok Allen, or the dreadful Deep One, or with William Dyer and Danforth, or the creatures that haunt Antarctica...

Nightmarium Revised Edition is about building nightmares: players combine cards representing body parts to complete surreal creatures and trigger their spine-chilling powers, creating monsters that make opponents gasp in horror. Learn how to play at Ares’ booth 1-302.

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