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October 2010: the English (Multilingual rules) edition (Rio Grande) of Zoowaboo, a game by Carlo A. Rossi, is in the stores!

Venice - October 2, 2010 Aula Magna (IUAV - University of Architecture): the jury announced the winners of the XIth Edition of the Premio Archimede: [...]

September 2010: Egizia, by Acchittocca (published by Hans im Glück) won the 7th place at the Deutscher Spiele Preis!

The schedule of the final day for the Premio archimede 2010 (October 2, Aula Magna, University IUAV of Venice) is online!

September 2010: the french edition (Kikigagne) of Atlantis , a game by Leo Colovini, is in the stores!

September 2010: the Hungarian - Czech - Sloakian edition (Piatnik) of Atlantis , a game by Leo Colovini, is in the stores!

Egizia, by Acchittocca (published by Hans im Glück) has a nomination at the MinD Spielpreis! The association Mensa in Deutschland assigned a prize to a game last year for the first time. This is their second year and it is again time for a voting.

69 GAMES ADMITTED TO THE FINAL PHASE!
Here we are! Out of 141 prototypes made by italian and international authors for the Premio Archimede 2010, 69 games made it to the final phase!

Mord im Arosa, a new game by Alessandro Zucchini, published by Zoch will soon be in the stores!

August 29, 2010
A SPOTLIGHT ON GUECI
This time I will talk about Riccardo Gueci, the Master of chess from Palermo that kept me company during these 10 days in London
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August 28, 2010
TIE BREAK TIME
At the MSO a few other medals came, although  my performances have been (...)

August 25, 2010
SOME MEDALS HAVE COME
Here in London all the scheduled Tournaments are held.
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August 22, 2010
FIRST GOLD MEDAL FOR ITALY... BUT IT'S NOT MINE :-)
The old guard (the writer) is too old, and during the first two days (...)

2010, August 17th: during a press conference in Vienna, the Wiener Spiele Akademie assigned the prestigious Austrian prize Spiel der Spiele 2010 (Game of the games) to Atlantis by Leo Colovini, edited by Amigo.

We have a new record of registered games at the Premio Archimede 2010! The 141 prototypes of this year, coming mostly from Italy, but also from the United States, Germany, Japan, France, Scotland, Singapore, Switzerland, Spain,  Australia, beat the 2004 edition record of 137 games!

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