PLAYTEST

Play tomorrow's games today

Playtest UK will have tables in the Open Gaming Space in the Trade Hall.

The Playtest Zone is part of UKGE's Publisher-Designer Track

Have you designed a game and want to improve it with feedback from the gaming public?

Interested in playing new board games before they are released and maybe getting your name in the credits?

A Boardgame Playtesting Event
Organised by www.playtest.co.uk
Ever designed a board game and want to see how it plays?
Interested in playing new board games before they are released and maybe getting your name in the credits?
Everyone is welcome to take part in this event for board game designers and playtesters. Just bring along a playable prototype of a board game or card game that you are developing and receive comments from our playtesters.
Alternatively, if you know what makes a great game, sit down and play as one of our playtesters and give constructive feedback to the game creators.

All playtesters who play a prototype will be entered into a draw for games prizes.

Designers: If you have a board game or card game prototype that you want to playtest at UK Games Expo then contact Rob Harris – on the contact page on www.playtest.co.uk for more details and to register your game.

Playtesters: Just sit down to play new games and give your feedback. 
Prototypes will be in various genres and difficulties; there should be something for everyone to try. No sign-up necessary.
Playtest feedback forms will be provided on the day on request.

Join us: www.meetup/Playtest

Important: Games in the Playtest Zone must NOT be for sale. If you wish to demo and sell your game contact the Expo directors about a trade table.

Playtest UK is a friendly group of board/card game designers and playtesters that meet regularly in London, Cambridge, Newcastle, Brighton, Cardiff, Leeds, Enfield, Bath, Norwich, Edinburgh and Reading, Birmingham, Sheffield, Oxford, Bristol, Dundee, Cornwall, Southampton and SE London.. (It’s free to join and attend.)

The gamers get to play new games before they are published, give their input and maybe get a playtesting credit. The designers gain valuable feedback to help them develop their games further.

Join us at www.playtest.co.uk , http://www.meetup.com/Playtest & Twitter:@playtestuk