UK Games Expo Photo Diary 2018

While you can read about the games we got to play at this year’s event in our standard diary roundups for Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3, there was also some fun pictures taken while the BRB contributors, Alex, CT and I (and our friends) were there and here is a selection for your amusement.

Okay! One last time. This barrel is small but the ones out there are far away!

And that barrel above came from this nice looking game, Peak Oil. Which thanks to its barrel’s will be getting 6/5 barrels in an upcoming review!

Hold on. How do they reach the pedals?

Making beautiful dice music together in The Gig.

Colourful Cthulhu Wars

Look at his happy little face!

Trying not to look like a TtR tourist!

SAMURAI MECHS IN SPAAAAAAAACE!

Great miniatures from Starship Samurai

Can you stop looking at my cards, please?

Doctor, doctor my meeple castles have caught meeple houses!

The pretty board from Coimbra

This 3D U-boat board was so large we could only fit half of it in the photo! = p Also had an awesome periscope app that isn’t pictured either.

Sneaky, sneaky catch Itchy Monkey!

Aside from the games always nice to catch up with old friends at these events. This chap was my favourite Krogan on the Citadel!

Attendance of the event was up 30% on last year with around 21,700 people at the show – With exhibitors and floor space growing by a similar amount. Really nice to see UKGE growing every year and even more exhibitors being attracted to come from abroad. Already making plans to attend next year and you should too!

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