University Games and Paul Lamond venture North to launch Game of Thrones 3D puzzles

University Games and Paul Lamond will be venturing north of The Wall – and certainly the M25 – when it breaches the gates at Birmingham’s NEC next week to launch its new collection of Game of Thrones 3D puzzles at this year’s Autumn Fair.

Following the epic, if not opinion-dividing, conclusion of the HBO fantasy series this summer, and yes, just as ‘winter is coming’ season kicks off in the UK, this September will see the games and puzzles specialists bring a series intricately detailed 3D puzzles to to market.

Each will allow fans and puzzlers to recreate three of the most epic landscape locations from Game of Thrones including Red Keep, the residence of the King of the Andals; Winterfell, the capital of the Kingdom of the North, and King’s Landing, the capital and largest city of the Seven Kingdoms.

The high-quality 3D puzzles, with up to 430 pieces, can be assembled without the need for glue or scissors to create stunning keepsakes of the epic eight-season series.

“The following for this award-steeped fantasy drama has grown from strength to strength as each of the seasons has unfolded, accumulating in a staggering average 44.2 million viewers per episode across all platforms,” said Richard Wells, the company’s MD.

“Game of Thrones has a highly devoted set of fans and these fun-to-make, eye-catching 3D landscapes of some of the most iconic locations from the series are going to be on many fans’ Christmas lists this year.”

University Games and Paul Lamond Games are the renowned businesses behind some of the ever-popular games including Pointless, Perudo, Smart Ass, What’s Up and Don’t Say it as well as the highly sought-after licensed football stadium 3D puzzles and world renowned Educa Borras puzzle series.

The games and puzzles specialists offer a comprehensive portfolio of innovative products to cater for the whole family, from preschool through to adult.

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