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  • That thing that I said about Essen seeming emptier than last year? Forget about it. Day 3 was more crowded than everything else I have ever experienced there. It was close to impossible to move, and even more impossible to get a table and play. We spent more time waiting […]

    Essen 2014: Day 3

    That thing that I said about Essen seeming emptier than last year? Forget about it. Day 3 was more crowded than everything else I have ever experienced there. It was close to impossible to move, and even more impossible to get a table and play. We spent more time waiting […]

  • The second day in Essen (see here for yesterday’s post, but most information is in the Flickr album) and we managed to play an unexpectedly large number of games. I’m not sure, but it seems like the fair is a bit emptier than it was Thursday and Friday last year. […]

    Essen 2014: Day 2

    The second day in Essen (see here for yesterday’s post, but most information is in the Flickr album) and we managed to play an unexpectedly large number of games. I’m not sure, but it seems like the fair is a bit emptier than it was Thursday and Friday last year. […]

  • The first day of Essen is already over, and while we did see a lot of games and met some people, I don’t know yet how we’ll manage to see half the things I want to in only four days. The world’s largest game fair is slightly larger than last […]

    Essen 2014: Day 1

    The first day of Essen is already over, and while we did see a lot of games and met some people, I don’t know yet how we’ll manage to see half the things I want to in only four days. The world’s largest game fair is slightly larger than last […]

  • Our Theomachie contest ended yesterday, and out of numerous entries we have chosen a winner. One copy of Theomachie goes to Oliver, who we have of course contacted privately as well. He can pick up his prize in Essen at the Historical Games Factory booth. Congratulations, Oliver! Of course, everyone […]

    Contest: Theomachie – FINISHED

    Our Theomachie contest ended yesterday, and out of numerous entries we have chosen a winner. One copy of Theomachie goes to Oliver, who we have of course contacted privately as well. He can pick up his prize in Essen at the Historical Games Factory booth. Congratulations, Oliver! Of course, everyone […]

  • Foxtrot Games A game doesn’t have to be heavy to sound like great fun. Foxtrot Games’ second Kickstarter project Lanterns: The Harvest Festival falls in that category, a light game that sounds fun. You place tiles with different colors of floating lanterns in the lake, and then all players take […]

    Meople News: Lanterns of the North

    Foxtrot Games A game doesn’t have to be heavy to sound like great fun. Foxtrot Games’ second Kickstarter project Lanterns: The Harvest Festival falls in that category, a light game that sounds fun. You place tiles with different colors of floating lanterns in the lake, and then all players take […]

  • In 2050, running a global enterprise isn't an easy job. Profit is still the top priority, of course, but because of government regulation and consumer behavior, you can no longer ignore sustainability issues. You either take care of the environment, of your employees and of society as a whole, or all the profits in the world won't save your company. Balance between those concerns is not always easy, but if you run your company well it's possible.

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    In 2050, running a global enterprise isn’t an easy job. Profit is still the top priority, of course, but because of government regulation and consumer behavior, you can no longer ignore sustainability issues. You either take care of the environment, of your employees and of society as a whole, or all the profits in the world won’t save your company. Balance between those concerns is not always easy, but if you run your company well it’s possible.

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  • That thing that I said about Essen seeming emptier than last year? Forget about it. Day 3 was more crowded than everything else I have ever experienced there. It was close to impossible to move, and even more impossible to get a table and play. We spent more time waiting […]

    Essen 2014: Day 3

    That thing that I said about Essen seeming emptier than last year? Forget about it. Day 3 was more crowded than everything else I have ever experienced there. It was close to impossible to move, and even more impossible to get a table and play. We spent more time waiting […]

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  • The second day in Essen (see here for yesterday’s post, but most information is in the Flickr album) and we managed to play an unexpectedly large number of games. I’m not sure, but it seems like the fair is a bit emptier than it was Thursday and Friday last year. […]

    Essen 2014: Day 2

    The second day in Essen (see here for yesterday’s post, but most information is in the Flickr album) and we managed to play an unexpectedly large number of games. I’m not sure, but it seems like the fair is a bit emptier than it was Thursday and Friday last year. […]

    Continue Reading...

  • The first day of Essen is already over, and while we did see a lot of games and met some people, I don’t know yet how we’ll manage to see half the things I want to in only four days. The world’s largest game fair is slightly larger than last […]

    Essen 2014: Day 1

    The first day of Essen is already over, and while we did see a lot of games and met some people, I don’t know yet how we’ll manage to see half the things I want to in only four days. The world’s largest game fair is slightly larger than last […]

    Continue Reading...