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Esdevium hosts games area at London Comic Con

Board Games Demonstrations zone a success; view our image gallery of the show here.
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Games fans flocked to Esdevium's demo area at the MCM London Comic Con consumer show last weekend.

The supplier ran a Board Games Demonstrations zone, allowing attendees to learn the rules and try out games such as Star Trek Catan, King Tokyo, Star Wars X-Wing and more.

Esdevium staff were on hand to demonstrate the games and direct consumers to www.findyourgamestore.co.uk, as well as the stands at the show which sold certain board games.

Konami also had a presence at the show with its Yu-Gi-Oh trading card game.

There were plenty of other toys, collectables and memorabilia available too; retailer Forbidden Planet even had its own Adventure Time stand. Tokyo Toys and other online toy retailers were also in attendance.

MCM London Comic Con took place at London's Excel from May 24th to 26th.

View our full MCM London Comic Con 2013 image gallery here:

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