We were really happy to be a part of this documentary that celebrates Dagenham Market, the antithesis of boring corporate capitalism. We were featured in episode 6. You can watch the whole episode on BBC iplayer here, or watch the edited highlights below: The programme includes the public’s reaction to the first prototype edition of… Read More
We’ve been working on Giant Pucket in the last few weeks. This version of Pucket is 120cm long and 84cm wide. Big enough for my two daughters to dance on. The game is hand made here in the UK from Sapele wood, and will be available to purchase and and made to order by us…. Read More
Et Games is having a rough time at the hands of UK bureaucrats who have confiscated our most recent shipment of wooden games. We’ve lost a whole shipping container worth £20,000, plus legal fees, other costs, and forgone profit that brings the figure closer to £40,000. This is a massive amount of money for a… Read More
We’ll be at Essen Spiel Fest, Germany, from 25th to 28th Oct. Join us at stand 5G102 to play all our games including some sneaky previews of what we’ve been working on. https://www.spiel-messe.com/en/
In September 2018 we paid a visit to our supplier in India. We buy from Asha Handicrafts, a well established fair trade non-profit organisation, who in turn work with small producer groups all over India. For 7 years our games have been made by Shubham Wood Works in Saharanphur, a town on the plains between… Read More
We were chuffed to have the BBC news cover our Pucket world championship (congratulations to Fergus, age 10, for a stunning win!).
The Pucket World Championship will be hosted by Mundo Fairtrade, in Bournemouth, on the 28th Feb 2018. We’re very excited to have this event planned. There will be some serious cash prizes, so we’re expecting a tidal wave of Pucket players to enter. WHERE? Arcado Lounge, 71 High St, Christchurch, BH23 1AS WHEN? 7 –… Read More
We’ve heard some rumours that Pucket appears somewhere in a recent (last week’s?) issue of Hello magazine, but alas we don’t know anyone who subscribes to this esteemed publication. Did anyone see it? Can you send us a photo?
Our ever creative friend Stephen Saunders has invented an ingenious device to enable lorry drivers to sleep during rest stops. It’s a clever hammock that is strung up between the windows of the cab. Most day-lorries don’t have reclining seats, so the Cabsnoozer is a valuable innovation. Tiredness on the road can kill, and so… Read More
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