SPELLENSPEKTAKEL 2017: 999 GAMES

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By Diana "DumeeGamer" Dumee on November 16, 2017

When you enter Spellenspektakel, you can't escape from the huge 999 Games stand. One of their newest games was presented in this stand; 30 seconds. It's party game in which you'll need to describe words without saying the actual word itself, of course. The other players need to guess what it is you're so desperately trying to get across. The game play was enthusiastically presented by Bert Calis, one of the marketing employees of 999 Games. 30 Seconds has a lot of additional options, which you can use to extend or shorten your game and of course this game is a great one to play in teams! For 999 Games this was an extra special day, because it was just announced that weekend that this game has won one of the Toy of the Year 2017 award (12 - 17 year).


And the winning didn't stop there for 999 Games, because they also won the 2017 Toys of the Year award (10 & 11 year) with their game Agricola: The Family Edition. In the original game the goal is to build a farm and take good care of the plants and animals, but also your family. The main reason to design a family edition, is to make it much more attractive for children to play. The big difference between the original game and family edition is that the cards have been left out and it's much easier to build your own farm.

999 Games also displayed their new card game Majesty. In this Medieval themed game you'll pick a character each round. Each character has its own advantages to add to your party. Whoever makes the most out of them and combines their advantages the best way, will be the victorious winner! Easy to learn, but you have to be smart to master it.


Of course, 999 Games had so many more different games presented during the fair. Their play tables were filled with people each time I passed by. If you like to play games of this party, then don't hesitate to visit their website and order their awesome titles.


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SPELLENSPEKTAKEL 2017: 999 GAMES
999 Games website (in Dutch only)