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From COILEDSPRING GAMES:
Good afternoon all,

We hope everyone has had a great September. At Coiledspring we've had a very busy one with plenty of new releases coming in stock and exhibiting at Tabletop Gaming Live across the weekend just gone!

We will be regularly updating the website blog with content surrounding new releases, events and everything board-gaming, so be sure to keep checking that out to see what we've been up to! 

One of the more recent website blog posts showcases some new releases we're very excited about - click here to see read the full post!

 The past couple of months have seen lots of new games be released, and as a result we have received lots of reviews!

A very popular demo at Tabletop Scotland and TTGL, Little Town's ratings are also very high with reviewers. The Strategy game from IELLO recieved a great review from We're Not Wizards, who described it as "a fast paced delightful worker placement game where there's a strong chance that once you finish one game, you'll reset and start again straight away", check it out here!

King of Tokyo and it's power up had an excellent review from Majestic Unicorn, including some great photography, definitely worth checking out!

Click here to see the review.

"The game is fun, relaxing, satisfying, and it's one that I don't think gets enough recognition"

The beautiful Kanagawa and its expansion, Yokai, received a great review from Board Game Inquisition.

Kanagawa Review
Yokai Review

 We're pleased to announce that Wrebbit's Downton Abbey and Ollivanders & Scribbulus Diagon Alley placed in 2nd in the Puzzle category of this years BlogOn Toy Awards!

We hope everyone had a amazing time at Tabletop Gaming Live last weekend, so great to see so many of your wonderful faces! Thanks to everyone who visited our stand and demoed many new games including MegaCity, Encore, Bloom, Qwirkle and many more.

We also held a Kingdomino and King of Tokyo tournament over the weekend and they were a great success and fun for everyone involved. Be sure to check out the latest blog post on our website for a full overview of the weekend here.

We hope to see all of you at EGX in the middle of October for four days of board-gaming fun!

 

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