Have you ever wanted to mark many wooden items with the same logo or symbol, neatly and permanently? Then read on… For many years now we’ve put our logo on our wooden games using a rubber stamp and indelible ink (StazOn brand). This is a quick, clean, and inexpensive process. There’s just one drawback: if… Read More
We’re happy to announce that Et Games is now sending out parcels for 3d printing start-up Monkeypuzzle. If you use a 3d Printer, or you know someone who does, please use or pass along this code that will get 30% off Monkeypuzzle’s 3d printing supplies until 31st May: et99 Enter the code at monkeypuzzle.co.uk to… Read More
Yet again we have underestimated the demand for our game Pucket – buoyant sales in the USA have left us short on stock. We have our final UK shipment of the year arriving on Monday 21st November – we advise ordering early to avoid disappointment! (Although, should you be forced to get a Rollet game… Read More
In September of this year we completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to launch the luxury version of our game Rollet. It was our second attempt – the first attempt a month earlier failed to reach goal. There’s plenty of information on the web about how to run a good KS campaign, and we won’t repeat… Read More
Introducing Miriam Baines, member of the innovative folk-rock band Flight Brigade, and valued part -time employee of Et Games.
We’re excited to announce that in the next few months we will launch Awkward Pucket – an expansion pack for Pucket featuring dastardly shaped pucks that require special techniques to fit them through the hole. We’ve been trialing this for some months, and we find it adds a whole new level of comedy stressful-ness to… Read More
We’ve used Kent based Badgebase.com to make badges a couple of times, and always been pleased with the results. They’ve supplied the Pucket Master’s badges, and more recently gifted us a run of badges for a charity that we support: The Rural Refugee Network. They’re good eggs, and we recommend them: Badgebase.com.
Games designer and blogger George Jaros has given Rollet a stonkingly good review. He writes “This is a ton of fun to play. Everyone I’ve played with has had a blast … the ease of play, high energy, competitiveness, and absolutely gorgeous components make Rollet a great game to play both with families and with… Read More
Our friends Josh and Beth Williams will be going to Greece at the end of January to provide assistance for recently arrived migrants: welcoming people as they arrive, handing out food and clothes, and assisting with associated logistics. To make this happen they need donations! We’ll be donating 10% of revenue from etgames.co.uk over the… Read More
Like many growing small businesses, we have found that as sales grow we begin drowning in an enormous sea of small administrative tasks – especially book-keeping. Being behind with book-keeping prevents good business decisions, because without accurate accounts you do not know whether you’re meeting your targets. On the other hand, paying someone in the… Read More