Princess and the Goblin prize pack giveaway

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The Princess and the GoblinWe’re excited to be able to work with Bellwether Games on a new giveaway! As readers who love fantasy stories, we were captivated by the world crafted by George MacDonald. This giveaway is a chance for you to experience it, too. Enter now for a chance to win the classic fantasy novel The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald and the game of the same name from Bellwether Games!

We have talked about the game The Princess and the Goblin on past episodes of the podcast (episodes 23, 24, and 34). We think most families would enjoy playing this game that puts a twist on “Memory” and combines it with path-finding.

Increase your chances of winning by visiting Facebook, following us on Twitter, and especially by leaving a review for our podcast on iTunes. If you just can’t wait, you can buy the game from Bellwether Games right now!

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34 – The Family Gamers Podcast – Dennis Hoyle from Bellwether Games

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We talk this week to Dennis Hoyle, one of the founders of Bellwether Games. We discuss a few of the games Bellwether Games publishes:

The Princess and the Goblin – a maze-building, path-discovery game based on the George MacDonald story of the same name.

Coldwater Crown – a fishing puzzle game. Figure out how to catch the right fish at the right time.

Windup War – the Family Gamers reviewed this game and we also backed it on Kickstarter. Should be shipping by July! You can pre-order it if you missed the Kickstarter campaign.

Antidote and the expansion, Antidote: Lab Alliance which is coming to Kickstarter in March.

Since Bellwether publishes a variety of games, Dennis talks about his philosophy of game publishing. “Release and produce the best games possible.”

Dennis even gives some tips to first-time game designers, starting around 22:00.

You can find more information about Bellwether Games at their website, bellwethergames.com. Also on Twitter @bellwethergames, Facebook and Instagram.

Stay tuned for a giveaway coming soon sponsored by Bellwether Games, and don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes and check us out on Facebook or Twitter.