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Essen Spiel 2017 Photojournal: DAY FOUR!

Posted Sunday, 29-Oct-2017

Contributed by Calvin Wong

Welcome to Day Four of our Spiel 2017 photojournal!



First stop: Breakfast! Getting some delicious German bread to charge us up for the day ahead.



Her Majesty is not amused.




The Fog of Love booth was constantly full with people trying to try out this relationship-based game.




Where the magic happens.





Six delivery companies. One plane. It’s Island Hopper!



The multi-layered devilish genius of Burgle Bros.





Godforsaken Scavengers is a Dark Souls/Darkest Dungeon inspired card game where you can lay eggs in your friend’s kidneys.





Evil Corp is a game where billionaires save the world – no matter the cost.




The very gorgeous area control game Dragoon.




Don’t hurt me Crab Lady.




Guards of Atlantis do battle!




Keeping warm is very important in autumnal Germany.




The airships of Ironclads! Space battles in the Victorian aether.



Battle of Britain by PSC games.




The Faith core rulebook was so gorgeous. We came this close to buying it.




There’s so much gorgeous stuff to buy at Essen.




Where’s the Death Star at?!




You too, buddy.




Sunday meant the convention was crawling with cosplayers. Here’s a pack of Skaven haunting the corridors.




The incredible airships of Scythe: The Wind Gambit.



The terrain is so creative.




The gorgeous Azul made it to #1 on the BoardGameGeek Geekbuzz hotness list!




UBoot is a real time app assisted co-operative game about running a submarine that comes with a super cool 3D submarine and miniatures.



The myriad menagerie of Beasts of Balance!




The awesomely cute glass of Jenefer Ham.




Shortly after closing time, everything starts to get broken down.




They even have a crane!

And that’s it for this year’s Photojournals! We’ll have more Essen coverage coming out soon, so please stay tuned!

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