We’re horrified by the loss of human life and dignity shown in reports about the migrant crisis. We believe that all of us have a duty to respond with compassion to families fleeing for their lives. To make a small difference, in the coming week (10th to 17th October 2015) we’ll be donating 10% of… Read More
In July I attended a meeting of the Esther Benjamins Trust – a charity that rescues Nepalese children from trafficking – many of them smuggled over the border into Northern India, not far from where our games are made. The children are often made to perform in travelling circuses, work long hours in factories, or… Read More
Dear Customers, Pucket-lovers, and Friends, We continue to be surprised by how many of you are buying Pucket, and it’s difficult for us to keep up. As a fair trade business, we pay half of the cost of our Pucket games in advance (6 – 9 months beforehand), and half when the goods arrive. As… Read More
We’ve just invented a new way to play Rollet that makes it hilarious for two players: Cannonball! Under Cannonball rules you can score in two ways: the normal way by hitting the goal ball into the goal OR by getting all the silver balls on the other half of the board and crying “Cannonbaaaaall!”. After… Read More
Odd Pucket and Rollet games at silly prices on ebay: Bidding starts at 1p!
We’re snobby about celeb spotting and endorsements – until one arrives in our midst. Damian turned up on our stall at Port Elliot festival. He tells me that Pucket is a popular game on the set of Wolfe Hall, and he was kind enough to let me have a photo with him. Cheers Damian, enjoy… Read More
Last week we delivered our first Bridget games to the paying public. We also sent our first order to a longstanding Pucket stockist – The Handpicked Collection, and launched the new website you are on now. For those of you who have not looked at the Bridget game page here, Bridget is our neat bridge… Read More
This year we’re planning to have at least one of our new games made in prison, with the help of a charity called Blue Sky, who approached us last year. “And why would you want to do that?” we hear you ask. There are several reasons. Prison costs more than Eton: the average cost in… Read More