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Digital Subscriptions > Tabletop Gaming > September 2019 (#34) > GOLIATH BRINGS FAMILY FUN GAMES

GOLIATH BRINGS FAMILY FUN GAMES

Creating games that inspire people to reach beyond their imagination.

Goliath Games are making their debut at Tabletop Gaming Live this year! We have a selection of games that are great at bringing friends and families together. Sequence is the classic and addictive game to challenge your opponents. Check your cards and place your chips, when you have 5 in a row, that’s a Sequence! Wordsearch is based on the UK’s most popular word puzzle in a competitive player game format! Reveal the word and then race to find it on the grid. Come check out our giant Wordsearch table! Feel the thrill and enjoy the mystery of an escape room wherever you want to play! Escape Room The Game features 3 escape rooms to try, find the clues and solve the mystery to escape. You have 60 minutes to find the codes, solving puzzles and riddles along the way, to be able to escape. Come try our 15 minute version! If you want a super fun game for the kids, check out Shark Bite. Save your catch before he snaps! Rescue the fish from the shark’s mouth using the fishing rod, but be careful he might bite! Finally, we have two super fun and fast games Color Smash and Burger Party. Color Smash is the fast moving game of colour coordination, take turns laying your cards and smash the splat with the same colour and name to win the deck! Burger Party is the quick thinking burger building card game, stack your ingredients and build the biggest burger to win! Quickly slap the squeaky burger when you see matching cards to claim more ingredients. We look forward to welcoming you on to our stand!

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