Martin Nedergaard Andersen

Enchanted Paths

Best IG Game of the Year (BIGGY): 

Nominated

Best Family Game Award: 

Nominated

Best Cross-Curriculum Game Award: 

Silver

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Problem Solving Award: 

Silver

Number of players: 

1-4

Game duration: 

20-25mins

Country of origin: 

Russian Federation

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In a far away land magical beings roam the Enchanted Paths — a fire-breathing dragon and a pure unicorn, a wise wizard and a brave knight, a cackling witch and a beautiful princess… Help the fairytale characters find their way to each other: fold the game board to connect creatures and items. In order to win, you have to be the first to complete the task, so hurry up!

Game overview: A unique construction: an everfolding board (you can keep folding it and it will never end!). Develops agility, quick reflexes and visual recognition skills. Charming artwork featuring characters from beloved fairytales.

Ice Dice

Best IG Game of the Year (BIGGY): 

Nominated

Best Family Game Award: 

Gold

Best Maths Game Award: 

Gold

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Number of players: 

2-6

Game duration: 

20-30mins

Country of origin: 

Russian Federation

Created by: 

Published by: 

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Did you really think that there is only one Santa? He would’ve never managed to get all this work done all alone! Many tiny Santas worked their warm knitted socks off trying to make enough Christmas baubles just in time for the Holidays. But there’s no time for a break! In the summer they are busy cooling off the ice-cream for the children… Join these little fellows and have some fun while practicing the basic arithmetic operations. 

Game overview: Basic math turned into a game! Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division while playing.  A bright and colorful design that will attract children of all ages and adults. Double-sided game boards: choose between the «summer» and the «winter» side — or play the crazy «mixed» game mode!

Lost’n’Found

Best IG Game of the Year (BIGGY): 

Nominated

Best Family Game Award: 

Bronze

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Number of players: 

2-6

Game duration: 

10-20mins

Country of origin: 

Russian Federation

Created by: 

Published by: 

Distributed by: 

Lost something? No worries! In this game you have to be quick and careful: memorize the images, flip the card and name the missing item before your opponent does it. Thanks to the various difficulty levels, parents and kids will both find Lost’n’Found engaging.

Lightweight mix of very successful existing concepts (visual memory / speed and observation). Portable.

Macroscope

Macroscope - IG Awards 2017

Best Family Game Award: 

Gold

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Number of players: 

2-6

Game duration: 

30-45mins

Country of origin: 

Denmark

Created by: 

Published by: 

Macroscope is a truly international game. First stop: Denmark. Martin Nedergaard Andersen, an amazing game designer and a good friend of ours came-up with the idea and we liked it from the very beginning. We were set on making it happen!
Next stop: Russia. The only problem was - we were not sure how to make the device itself. In earlier prototypes we had a simple box with some holes punched in it. It was not an ideal solution from a production point of view. A few alterations later, the Macroscope you know today was born! We worked with four different illustrators (Irina Pechenkina, Maria Kaplieva, Oksana Dmitrienko, Alena Naumova) to make sure that we have different styles of drawings. Our team spent many days testing the game and making sure that all pictures are recognizable though not too simple. It was one of the most demanding games, but in the end we were very happy with the result!
Next stop: China. We produce our games at a specialized factory in China. They pay attention to details and their quality is very good.
Next stop: UK? Macroscope is already on the shelves in Russia, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Japan. Will soon be released in USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Slovakia, China, Taiwan, Korea. Join us and the rest of the world! Play a game of Macroscope!

1. What does the game involve? 
Macroscope involves wits, imagination and a tiny bit of luck.

2. What skills can you build/gain from the game?
Pattern recognition, spatial/visual thinking.

3. What's your favourite tactic or are there any tricks you can teach us?
Always pay attention to the small arrow in the corner of the card. It shows the orientation of the picture and helps a great deal!

Vier Im Wald

Vier Im Wald - IG Awards

Best Family Game Award: 

Bronze

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Young Einsteins Award: 

Bronze

Number of players: 

2-4

Game duration: 

5-15mins

Country of origin: 

Denmark

Created by: 

Published by: 

Distributed by: 

Try to find an animal in the forest, but your animals can be stolen again. Find four animal and win! 


To play the game, 9 cards are laid out face up in the middle of the table. All players have to look at the cards and try to memorise the animals. Then the cards are turned face down. 2 wooden discs are each played, one in the box and one in the lid.

Each player in turn picks up the lid or the box and shakes it in order to make the discs move. The player tries to spot the animal which is mostly covered by the wooden disc.

You win if you are the first to have 4 cards in your possession. You have found your 4 in the Forest!

Vier Im Zoo

Vier Im Zoo - IG Awards 2017

Best Family Game Award: 

Bronze

UK Games Expo Players Choice Award: 

Nominated

Young Einsteins Award: 

Bronze

Number of players: 

2-4

Game duration: 

5-15mins

Country of origin: 

Denmark

Created by: 

Published by: 

Distributed by: 

Try to find an animal in the Zoo, but your animals can be stolen again. Find four animals and win! 


To play the game, 9 cards are laid out face up in the middle of the table. All players have to look at the cards and try to memorise the animals. Then the cards are turned face down. 2 wooden discs are each played, one in the box and one in the lid.

Each player in turn picks up the lid or the box and shakes it in order to make the discs move. The player tries to spot the animal which is mostly covered by the wooden disc.

You win if you are the first to have 4 cards in your possession. You have found your 4 in the Zoo!