All Rolled Up—Virtual UKGE

Virtual UK Games Expo explodes with games, traders, awards and more this weekend, welcoming the world. All Rolled Up will be amongst the traders on hand to chat and fulfil your must-have gaming needs, with our award-winning products — like our All Rolled Up game roll and Folding Dice Trays — and new additions like the innovative bittrays and the topical Face Masks.

In addition, Paul Baldowski — award-winning author of The Cthulhu Hack — will be on hand to run games in the evenings, and potter around the virtual stand during the day.

Throughout the event — Friday, 21st to Sunday, 23rd August — we will be offering discounts on our web store, available to everyone.

Friday, 7pm: Forgotten Duty. Cthulhu Hack. A visit to the University of Navarra, located in Pamplona, Spain, in search of a rare book—the chronicles of a monk who claimed to have witnessed visions of other worlds—leads to a grim investigation.

Friday, 7.30pm: Un-Conventional. Panel. Join luminaries of All Rolled Up, Handiwork Games, Genki Gear, The Crafting Jones and (maybe) Patriot Games offering tips, advice, tales of woe and wisdom in these strange times when conventions are anything but conventional.

Saturday, 7pm: Lost in Translation. The Dee Sanction. Angelic insight identifies a simple shrine of the Mother, some distance west of Kraków, wherein lies a blessed cross, a lost relic. In retrieving it, Dee hopes to secure King Stefan’s trust and belief in the potential of angelic communication

As we mentioned awards, Mother’s Love — a multi-author collection of investigations for The Cthulhu Hack — is up for the Best Role-Playing Adventure award. The People’s Choice Awards is open for everyone with a UK Games Expo login to participate in, so don’t waste your vote — there are many categories and games looking for your support. The awards ceremony itself will be up on the UK Games Expo Twitch channel.

We hope to see you there!

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