The Dark Eye
The Dark Eye (TDE, German: Das Schwarze Auge (DSA)), is a German role-playing game created by Ulrich Kiesow and launched by Schmidt Spiel & Freizeit GmbH and Droemer Knaur Verlag in 1984.It is...
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Granada (board game)
Granada is a 2009 German-style board game developed by Dirk Henn and published by Queen Games. It is based on and heavily inspired by Henn's earlier game, the Spiel des Jahres-winning Alhambra. Due ...
Oceania (board game)
Oceania is a board game by Klaus Teuber, published by Mayfair Games. It is a simpler version of Entdecker, and is played with one or two players. The solitaire version's objective is completely diff...
San Marco (board game)
San Marco is a 2001 designer board game by Alan R. Moon and Aaron Weissblum. The game is set in Venice, and the title comes from the name of one of the city's districts.There are six districts and pla...
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Löwenherz
Löwenherz (German for "Lionheart") is a German-style board game designed by Klaus Teuber and published in 1997 by Goldsieber in German and by Rio Grande Games in English. A revised edition, titled Lö...
Auf Achse
Auf Achse (literally on the axle; figuratively on the road) is a logistics-themed board game designed by Wolfgang Kramer and published in 1987 by FX Schmid. The game won the Spiel des Jahres award. ...
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Doppelkopf
Doppelkopf (German, lit. double-head), also abbreviated to "Doko," is a trick-taking card game for four players. The origins of this game are not well known; it is assumed that it originated from the ...
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Entdecker
Entdecker (German: Discoverer) is a German-style board game designed by Klaus Teuber and published in 1996 by Goldsieber in German. Although the game won 2nd prize in the Deutscher Spiele Preis, many...
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Kontraspiel
Kontraspiel is a German 5-card plain-trick game for four individual players using 24 cards. Eldest hand has the first right to accept or make trumps. The two black jacks are permanent highest trumps. ...
Hammerschlagen
Hammerschlagen (the "Striking Hammer" or "Hammer-Striking") is a competitive game involving driving a nail into a log. The trademarked name Hammer-Schlagen is owned by WRB Inc.
The concept derives...
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Through the Desert
Through the Desert is a German-style board game designed by Reiner Knizia. It was originally released in 1998 by German game publisher, Kosmos, under the name Durch die Wüste. Players place pastel ...
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Mariage (card game)
Mariage or Mariagespiel is a German 6-card trick-and-draw game for two players in which players score bonus points for the "marriage" of King and Queen of the same suit. The game, first documented in ...
Drunter und Drüber
Drunter und Drüber is a multiplayer board game invented by Klaus Teuber, first published in 1991 in Germany by Hans im Glück. A second edition was released in 1994 by Hans im Glück and featured art by...
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Black Gold (video game)
Black Gold (also known as Oil Imperium) is a video game of the strategy genre released in 1989 by reLINE Software.
The goal of the game is to promote and sell oil and defeat competitors using a nu...
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Midgard (role-playing game)
Midgard is a fantasy role-playing game from Germany. It was the first role-playing game published in German and the first to be created in Germany.Midgard is also the name of the world on which the ga...
Atomino
Atomino is a 1990 computer puzzle game originally for the Amiga, Atari ST and MS-DOS. A version was made for the Commodore 64 in 1991. The objective is to build molecules from atoms, with gradually in...
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Einwerfen
Einwerfen or Zählspiel is a German 8-card point-trick game for four players using a 32-card piquet pack. Its closest relative is the popular Portuguese game Sueca. Perhaps the most basic and typical r...
Alhambra (board game)
Alhambra (German: Der Palast von Alhambra, literally "The Palace of the Alhambra") is a 2003 tile-based German-style board game designed by Dirk Henn. It was originally published in Germany by Que...
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Engel (role-playing game)
Engel (German for angel or angels) is a role-playing game. The original German version uses a rule system in which the Gamemaster and players draw associative, tarot-like cards instead of rolling dice...
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Vampire (card game)
Vampire is a vampire-themed card game designed by Reiner Knizia. The goal is to meld sets of vampires from six different suits. The game ends when all cards have been drawn, or a player has melded vam...