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The Isle of Cats Remote Edition releases today

16th April 2020 4

Today marks the official release of The Isle of Cats Remote Edition which you can now download and play for free, assuming you know someone who owns a copy of The Isle of Cats.

The Isle of Cats Remote Edition provides a way of playing the game with friends and family who are not physically located within the same room as you. It can be played via webcam, or photo and offers streamers a way of playing with their viewers.

You can find the rulebook, player sheet and full details here.

Frank West

Frank West is a gamer and designer based in Bristol, UK. He published his first board game, The City of Kings, in 2018 and now works on other games and organising events in the local area. His goal? To design and publish games focusing on immersive themes, fun mechanics and beautiful components. If you have any questions or would just like a chat, feel free to get in touch at any time!


  • Daniel McD.

    17th April 2020 at 8:35 pm

    Thanks for this, Mr. Frank. I have been eagerly awaiting this release ever since you hosted all of us the other day. I’ve got several small groups that I am getting together with via Zoom, and it will be nice to add Isle of Cats to our small supply of remote-playable games. It’s nice to be able to play a game after you just purchased it! 🙂


    • Frank West

      17th April 2020 at 9:20 pm

      It’s my pleasure!

      I hope you and your friends get to play it soon and have a good time!


  • Tony Simpkins

    10th May 2020 at 2:25 pm

    Frank, I am so excited about the remote version of this game. I ordered Isle of Cats after hearing you on the Brawling Bros (BTW, you might want to hang out with a better group of people – LOL). It sounded like a great game to play during lunch at work. But since we are on lockdown, I thought I would have to wait a few months until we are back together. The remote version will let us getting playing right away and since you already have a couple of videos, I don’t even have to teach the game. Thanks again.


    • Frank West

      10th May 2020 at 7:55 pm

      Hey Tony, I’m very pleased to hear it and hope you get to try the remote version soon. Those Brawling Bros guys were interesting to say the least, I had a lot of fun on the podcast!


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