Gaetano Evola,
Rosanna Leocata

Gaetano Evola and Rosanna Leocata partecipated to several Editions of the Premio Archimede. In 2000, during the 8th Italian Game Festival that took place in the city of Cagli, in a workshop in which people were showing their ideas, Alex Randolph was impressed by the game presented by the couple, who in 2003 was later published by Winning Moves by the name of Squeeky.
In 2004 they won with Terra Nova, then published by Winning Moves.


Games (with studiogiochi)