John Adams returns to Board Game Club for 2nd take-over

Guests will be able to try out John Adams’ full line-up of games, including Othello, Twist and Word, Triominos and more.
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John Adams is returning to Board Game Club for its second brand take-over next month.

Taking place on October 10th, guests will be able to try out a number of games, while also getting the chance to try their luck against a speedcuber in the Rubik’s corner.

The games company will be bringing titles from the Rummikub family, including Classic, Rummikub Twist and Rummikub Word, plus Othello and Triominos from the heritage range.

Family games; Telestrations, Split Second, LINKEE and Tetris Dual and silly, social games such as Giggle Wiggle, Silly Sausage, Don’t Be a Donkey, Mr Bucket and Soggy Doggy, will also join the line-up.

“We’re really proud of the diversity within the John Adams games range and are looking forward to Board Game Club guests enjoying the mixture of sociable, informal and fun games,” said Lynette Norris, marketing manager at John Adams.

“Being able to show off such a range of our portfolio and have a bit of fun with those games that all adults secretly enjoy is a great opportunity. It’ll be great to invite our industry colleagues and partners along for an evening of play, and meet some new people enjoying what our company is all about – fun.”

On the night, guests will be able to enjoy each of John Adams’ games, a welcome prosecco and canapés.

Lesley Singleton, co-founder of Board Game Club, added: “We’re really happy to be welcoming John Adams back to Board Game Club. They’ve been a great supporter of Board Game Club since its inception back in 2014, and our team has grown up with many of their games.

“The range is a great fit and we’re looking forward to what promises to be our biggest family gaming night yet.”


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