Exhibitors

All Rolled Up – http://www.allrolledup.co.uk
“All Rolled Up offers an innovative and compact way to bring your gaming to the table. Not just a dice bag – when you’re All Rolled Up you’re ready to game without needing to worry about finding all your gaming gear.”

BadCat Gameshttps://badcatgames.eu/
Justin and co are back with more Gladiatorial combat than you can shake a Gladius at! 
BadCatGames is an indie tabletop game design and publishing studio in Scotland. We specialise in card games, boardgames, tile-laying, puzzle and (in the future possibly) RPG games. Our games are primarily theme driven, offering maximum accessibility, immersion and realism and above all are fun to play by any gamer – whether just a beginner or a seasoned gaming nut.

Big Dog Bookshttps://bigdogbooks.co.uk/
Perth’s very own Friendly Local Game Store (and comic shop too!) are back!

Cardboard and Coffee Games – https://www.cardboardandcoffeegames.com/
Board game designer, Keith McLeman, was demoing Nuts & Bots at Tabletop Scotland 2018, we’re excited to see what he brings in 2019!

Common Ground Games – http://www.commongroundgames.co.uk/
Common Ground Games is a tabletop games store situated in Stirling.  The store has tons of gaming space and an events calendar to keep it well used.  Alongside that they have a fantastic range of board, card, roleplaying and war gaming products to tempt you with.

D.Taylor Woodworking – Sponsor Page
“D.Taylor Woodworking specialises in handcrafted gaming accessories, such as dice trays, chests and even wooden swords! All the items are handmade from quality hardwoods, and each can be customised with a large variety of lining fabrics, finishes and even custom engraving. Come and see their wares, and maybe even swing a sword around!”

Dark Fantastic Millshttp://www.darkfantasticmills.com
Garry and team will be showcasing some amazing scenery over the weekend.
Bring your tabletop to life with our range of high quality printed models, designed to bring unique character to your games.  Cinematic scenery for tabletop gaming.

Decking Awesome Games – http://dag.irish/
The Decking Awesome Games team are bringing Dice Summoners and potentially some other things too!
“We are an Irish board game company with a real passion for developing games to bring people closer.
We at Decking Awesome Games are here to design games with styles and themes we would enjoy playing, to design games that bring people together in a friendly setting and to explore new and exciting areas for board games.”

Digisprite – http://digisprite.co.uk/
The Digisprite team will be bringing Doomsday Bots and their new deck building store management game Adventure Mart!
“DigiSprite is Games & Web Development Studio based in Dundee, Scotland.”

DMB Games – Sponsor Page
Every member of staff here at DMB has an interest in games of one kind or another, and more importantly in making amazing quality games, whether they are of the Dice, Card or Board Variety.
We produce original games and gaming accessories, including a range of tiles, walls, and accessories to liven up any gaming surface or figure display cabinet.
All products are handmade, and hand finished right here in the UK!
We are currently working on our first major board game release, Rosebyrne Manor but have many other projects lined up and ready to go.”

Dream Big Games – https://www.facebook.com/dreambiggames/
Fresh from the Wastelands with Wreck & Ruin, the Dream Big Games team will be with us in force.
“We have one goal: to make awesome board games! Creating thematic games focused on replayability and depth to rival video games but in a more sociable way.”

Floating World Designs – https://floatingworlddesigns.co.uk/
Floating World Designs create artwork in the Ukiyo-e style of 19th century Japanese woodblock prints.

GeeknsonSponsor Page
Our fantastic furniture friends are returning to Tabletop Scotland and are once again sponsoring us. You’ll be able to play games on their tables and maybe you’ll join those who bought one last year and give into temptation and buy one!

Genki Gear – https://genkigear.com/
Do you need more cat ears?  Of course you do!
“Great strangely fun t-shirts produced by a small independent UK company!”

Handiwork Games – Sponsor Page
Handiwork Games is a new Scottish tabletop games publisher, owned by industry veteran Jon Hodgson.  Handiwork Games make and publish their own games, as well as providing full-spectrum production services for other publishers.
Handiwork Games is currently working on BEOWULF, a setting for 5th Edition, Hellenistika with renowned rpg writer extraordinaire, Ken Hite, Scarred Lands Creature Collection for Onyx Path Publishing and The Forest Dragon Card Games.

Inspiring Gameshttps://www.inspiringgames.com/
In what will be their only appearance at any convention in 2019, the IG team will be demoing Legends Untold and perhaps some new stuff too!
Inspiring Games is an indie design studio based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
We make original tabletop games which inspire us and our tribe of gamer followers.

Illusionary Constructs – https://illusionaryconstructs.com/
“Illusionary Constructs is the art and print design company run by the artist Adam “Kimded” Howie, available for commissioned artworks and design projects.”

Medusa Games – http://www.medusagames.co.uk/
“Medusa Games is an independent publisher based in Birmingham, UK. We have published four games so far including Nine Worlds, Magnificent Flying Machines and Great Fire of London with others in development. At Tabletop Scotland we will have an advanced prototype of the 2nd edition of Tinker Tailor for demo and preorder as well as showing our other games.”

Mercia Bookshttp://www.merciabooks.co.uk/
“Indie publisher of fantasy and historical novels including the Northern Crown and Nine World Series.”

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Murphy’s VaultSponsor Page
Connor and team will be opening their Vault of gaming goodness and bringing it to Tabletop Scotland. We’re delighted to confirm that they’re also sponsoring us this year!

One Free Elephant – https://www.onefreeelephant.co.uk/
We make board games.  We like games that come in small(ish!) boxes packed full of fun stuff to do.
Publishers of OreSome, Carcosa and MicroBrew (Kickstarter was launched at Tabletop Scotland 2018).

Ralph Horsleyhttps://www.facebook.com/pg/Ralph.Horsley.Art/
Ralph is a freelance illustrator based in Leeds in the UK who has worked for numerous tabletop publishers including Wizards of the Coast, Games Workshop, Upper Deck, EA, Paizo, Fantasy Flight Games and Green Ronin.
Ralph is our guest at Tabletop Scotland and as well as exhibiting he will be on the panel for our Tabletop Art seminar and he appears in the Eye Of The Beholder film.

Redwell Games – http://redwellgames.com/
Publisher of Vote Me!, with plans to release Ka-Zing and Six Gun Showdown.
“We are an independent tabletop games publisher based in Sheffield. We design, develop and publish family friendly games.”

Settlers – https://www.facebook.com/SettlersHamilton/
“We’re Lanarkshire’s games and comic book café but we’re also so, so much more.
We’re a meeting place, a club house, a family dining room; we’re an afternoon treat, a pick-me-up, a second home; we’re a place to play games, a comic signing venue, a costume party; we’re a place to meet new people, a place to break the ice, a place to meet old friends. At Settlers we’re a community.”

Stuff By Bezhttp://www.stuffbybez.com/
The aim: “to maximise the positive impact of my games.”
I create games that people have fun playing. Games that are worth your time and money, that impact your life in a positive way, even if that’s just making you laugh and smile.  I will never use the psychological tricks that keep people playing past the point of active enjoyment and engagement.
No game will be for everyone but each game I make will be loved by at least a few.

Tabletop Crafter – https://www.etsy.com/shop/TableTopCrafter
Tabletop Crafter create handmade accessories for the geeky-inclined.  Candles, Dice Bags, Dice, Keyrings and more!

Tanya Robertshttps://www.deviantart.com/enolianslave
Tanya Roberts is a comic book artist with over a decade work experience on comics such as Star Wars: Clone Wars, Toy Story, How To Train Your Dragon and is currently working on the Dreamworks title, Trollhunters. She is available on the day for character commissions. email: enolian@gmail.com to reserve your slot.

The Board Game Book – Sponsor Page
Insightful reviews, behind-the-scenes designer interviews, beautiful photography and more than 120,000 words of original games journalism – a must-have on any gamer’s bookshelf!

The Crafting Jones – https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheCraftingJones
Sally will be back with her handmade chic creations for you and your home. 
“Scrabble Art Frames, Bunting, Scrabble Magnets, Paper Flowers, Hair Clips and more!”

The Little Shoppe Of Holdalls – https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/ShoppeofHoldalls
Kirstine will have a range of Tote bags and Dice bags for you to buy.

Warbases – https://warbases.co.uk/
Warbases manufacture MDF & Acrylic wargaming products and games accessories.  “We design and produce all our own products with the exception of tufts/flock, dice and plastic bases. We are happy to accept custom work.

West End Games – http://www.westendgames.co.uk/
“West End Games is a board gaming café situated in Glasgow’s scenic west end. We provide table space for all manner of tabletop gaming and a wide variety of snacks, cold drinks and freshly brewed coffee.
Not only do we stock a comprehensive variety of board games, graphic novels, collectible card games and gaming supplies, but we also offer free to play board games and a library of science fiction and fantasy novels to help you enjoy your stay at WEG.”

Wooden DonKay – https://www.etsy.com/shop/woodendonkay
Handmade wooden RPG accessories including dice boxes, dice trays and dice towers.

YAY Gameshttps://www.yaygames.uk/
The fabulous YAY Games will be demoing their games throughout the weekend.
“Yay Games. Making games ‘sweet and neat’. At least that’s the aim. We aim to be one of the places you look to scratch that gaming itch. We aim to be a little different and a lot of fun.  Our games are simple to learn, quick to get into and packed with opportunities to play naughty.”


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If you want to know who exhibited in 2018 then check out our History page.