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UK Games Expo 2017 Live Blog - Sunday

Become A Formal Ferret & Get A Bit Wordsy Too

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Become A Formal Ferret & Get A Bit Wordsy Too

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We stop off with the quirky fellows behind Formal Ferret and Wordsy.

This pair of games look rather funky and could be nice small games to add into your collection. We do love a bit of quirk...

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dane001
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Ha ha formal ferrett, love the name.

curlyandcandid
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Wordsy especially looks awesome!

jpcarrico
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Nice!

turbocooler
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Yes, everyone needs a Formal Ferret 🙂

I have played “The Networks” and it is awesome and fun to play. I have not heard of Wordsy but looks like a new twist on scrabble.

tmon
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Longer words game cringe!!

spaderfish
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Here we are on the third and final day. It’s been a long weekend but for anyone who attended apparently a fun one. However, since it is the final day then it’s my last chance to shamelessly post as I’m going after either the 4Ground stuff or the Bushido stuff. I play Bushido here in the states. I teach it to whoever will listen, and I just try and represent it as it is. The best miniature game I’ve ever played.

marktarver
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Ferrets are awesome

skrivanek
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Great coverage, all. Thanks!

machinegod
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Cool game!

mightyprawn
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Was this filmed in the main hall? Looks different but maybe everything was being taken down, definitely saw that ferret with the hat at some point

we4re6eek
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Advanced Scrabble

crazycabo
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Ferrets are formal, huh

rgreenparadox
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Network sounds fun, I love strategy games.

otakugirl
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Amazing!

lawnor
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That ferret needs a monacle and his own cartoon shorts series involving lots of tea

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