Build a team of amazing fictional and historical women to put escaped literary horrors back in their books! Can the Lady of Shalott defeat Dracula? Or Heidi and Ada Lovelace overcome Mount Doom? Can Nzinga and Mary Seacole deal with the Martian Robots from War of the Worlds? Sign up for our monthly newsletters to hear more!
Library Labyrinth is a co-operative board game set in a library. It plays in about 45-60 minutes and is suitable for ages 12 and up. We are working with teenagers from the Mary Seacole Trust (a UK charity) as we develop the game.
About the team
We’re a group of women with a mixture of backgrounds and experiences, all based in the UK. At the moment there are five of us, although the team may grow . . .
About the game
What IS this game? Click here to find out more about the game!
What else are we doing? Find out about our plans for an information booklet, snazzy bookmarks, and teaching materials.
Can you help us?
Tell us which fictional characters, real-life women, and literary horrors should be included! Find out more about how we’re choosing characters here.
If you’d like to help us playtest, please do get in touch via our Facebook playtesting group.
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In which we recap the exciting things which have happened over the summer, talk about our new tile direction, and apologise for the slipped timescale. Hello everyone! My ears are full of wood dust, my computer is propped up on multiple boxes, and I don’t know where half my stuff is — welcome to movingContinue reading “School’s back, and so are we!”
In which we talk about the board (oh my goodness, the board!) and about preparing for Games Expo. Hello everyone! It’s still hot hot hot here, and I’m melting. Although that could just be the glue stuck to my fingers… Well, as before, I’m Jess, part of the team and your narrator. Tiles? What tiles?Continue reading “The tiles, they rotate!”
In which we talk about recent changes and future plans. And about bookmarks. Hello everyone! I hope you all have an ice cream as you settle down for this latest newsletter. As before, I’m Jess, part of the team and your narrator. Chipping away at complexity June has been, like May, mainly spent in playtesting.Continue reading “See you at UK Games Expo?”
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We’ll publish a newsletter via this website once a month. It’ll be a round up of new art, decisions made, and exciting playtest news! Whether you follow us here or follow us on social media, you’ll be the very first to know when the Kickstarter is live. Please do keep in touch.