All aboard: Families traveling by ferry can enjoy games AsmodeeToy World Magazine

A selection of Asmodee’s most popular games will be available to play on board Wightlink ferries from this semester.

Ferry passengers can choose from a carefully curated selection of some of Asmodee’s most popular family games.

Dobble, one of At Asmodeus the most popular games and link of light join forces with the aim of making ferry travel to and from the Isle of Wight even more family-friendly, and for “more people to play more games more often”, a central part of the philosophy of the company.

The initiative will see some of Asmodee’s most famous games, including Dobble, Egg Slam and So Wrong It’s Right, on board Victoria of Wight and St Clare ferries throughout the autumn. Games can be found in the cinema on Victoria of Wight and in the Teen Scene area of ​​St Clare.

As the newest and largest ferry in Wightlink’s fleet, Victoria of Wight ushers in a new era of greener travel by running on hybrid power. Both ships are spacious and comfortable, with outside decks and cafes selling a range of Isle of Wight-made treats.

Asmodee’s Head of Marketing, James Arnold, said: “We wanted to find a way to take the stress out of the holidays and make traveling more enjoyable, not only for parents but also for children. This is how we came up with the idea of ​​providing games for Wightlink and their ferries.

Wightlink Marketing Manager David Williams added: “Families love traveling by ferry, and we’re sure our youngest customers will love playing these amazing games on their crossings.

The Asmodee Playbox will be available on board Victoria of Wight and St Clare from this week.

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