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Coiledspring Games unveils UK Games Expo plans

Firm is a sponsor of this week's event.
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Coiledspring Games is sponsoring this week's UK Games Expo and will be showcasing a number of new games.

The firm will be displaying Adventure Tours - the latest from the inventor of Love Letter, Seiji Kanai - as well as his newest card game, BraveRats.

Meanwhile, Pints of Blood - a Hutter game - is based on British film Shaun of the Dead and is a survival game set in a pub in which you and your friends must stop zombies from entering. The living dead are climbing through the windows and trying to bite you, using a London bus to get around town.

In addition, Coiledspring Games has a number of titles up for nomination including Pints of Blood (Best New Board Game); CV (Best General Game); Lift It (Best Party Game); Chickyboom (Best Children's Game); Adventure Tours (Best Family Game); Sushi Go (Best Card Game); and Keyflower Merchants (Best New Expansion).

The firm's stand can be found in the Kings Suite, with a sneak preview taking place on the evening of Thursday, May 28th for customers and journalists on the Terrace of the NEC Hilton Metropole.

"We are thrilled to share the latest in the range with the table top world," said games developer Andrea Dalton. "As well as everything we've got planned for the stand, there will be zombies and adventurers everywhere playing games, and some of our inventors will also be with us, so do come and play."

UK Games Expo runs from Friday, May 29th to Sunday, May 31st at the NEC Hilton Metropole Hotel, Birmingham. Expected attendance is around 8,000 unique visitors.

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