Small tin boxes are so successful that they make people happy across borders! Cocktail Games, mainly thanks to the Nuremberg Trade Fair, today exports its games all over the world.

The Nuremberg Trade Fair

Nuremberg is the mandatory one-week appointment for professionals in the toy area. Every winter after Christmas, this large (exhibition area: 170,000 sq.m.) toy/game fair hosts more than 2,800 exhibitors and around 70,000 visitors from more than 120 countries. Famous trademarks or original start-ups, buyers of large chains, independent providers guarantee a strong media representation.

The goal is to make decisive business contacts, discover trends and exchange information from the latest games or toys. We find all the products that make the happiness (of kids regarding the toy part): remote controlled helicopters, dolls, construction games, electric trains, electronic games, puzzles, stuffed animals and board games …

International success of Cocktail Games

The Cocktail Games team has found fans of its playful creations in many countries:
  • Hanabi for instance is translated into 16 languages!
  • Rythme and Boulet in 12!
  • and Imagine already in 18 when it was presented to the foreign publishers partners in February 2016, a little before its French release!

Almost all of Europe, part of Asia and America are fond of games and we see that the range of small simple and fun games is not left behind. The total is 27 different countries.

Catalogue Export Cocktail Games 2017

Catalog Export Cocktail Games 2017

Our games for export

Here is our catalog 2017, with the best sales and innovations for export. The last pages show which games are present in which countries.

Click on the image of the catalog to view it in PDF format. You will find for example:

Our beautiful booth

This week (February 1, 2017), we present our classics and innovations at the Nuremberg Trade Fair. Publishers and distributors from around the world come to discover our games to select the ones they will distribute.
Cocktail Games booth at Nuremberg 2017