Join the ‘Rat Race’

Special UKGE show price

Join the ‘Rat Race’ with the team that brought you family favourites ‘FReNeTiC®’ and ‘Accentuate®’

Sibling inventors, Graeme and Fiona Fraser-Bell, the duo behind the-hilarious-guess-the-accent game, Accentuate®, are preparing for their return to UK Games Expo 2019 (UKGE) with their latest strategy game, Rats to Riches™.

The Accentuate Games team joined forces with the new game designer, Eugene Lim to launch his first creation, Rats to Riches™ - The strategy game for scheming rats’. Based on the financial ‘Rat Race’, Rats to Riches™ casts every player as a filthy, scheming rat, racing to collect $100 swindle and work their way to a better class of sewer, by investing in assets, hiring gangsters and – of course – stealing whatever they can.

Collect income, buy & sell assets, and purchase & trade cheese. A strategy focused game-play combined with an attractive set of meeples challenges you to navigate through the ‘rat race’ and be crowned the ‘Big Cheese’ at the end of each round or assume the roles of Red Ruffian, Green Gangster, or Blue Boss.

Be the first to own this spectacular new ‘strategy game for scheming rats’ exclusive to UKGE attendees at a special show price of £24.99, before its full release in July 2019. Play and buy from Stand 1-578.

In addition, FReNeTiC®, launched in 2018, is back at UKGE. This fast and furious word game with a scientific twist uses element symbols of the Periodic Table to create more than 10,000 words! Ideal for 2019 as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of its creation. FReNeTiC® has received numerous awards and recognition since its launch, most notably being selected as one of Tom Vasel’s Top 10 party games for 2018.

About Accentuate Games Ltd.

Accentuate Games Ltd is an independent boutique games company based in the North-West and headed up by brother-sister team Graeme Fraser-Bell and Fiona Fraser-Bell. Its first production, Accentuate, launched in the UK in July 2014.

Visit www.accentuategames.com for more information.

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