August 2010: 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!
August 2010: for the 25th Anniversary of its first pubblication, Code 777, a classic game by Alex Randolph based on a Robert Abbott idea, is back. The american edition by Stronghold mantains its original name, the europea by King International changes the name in Tricoda.
The Deutscher Spiele Preis, second only to the Spiel des Jahres, is a prize assigned by the people. We reccomend you to vote for the italian games! They are so many; ours are: Atlantis, Donna Leon - Gefaerliches spiel, Egizia, Frutti di mare, Bacchus, Cornucopia; for the Kinderspiele Turi Tour e Extrem Memo.
June 2010: Spielbox online publishes the results of a opinion poll among players. There is a discrepancy between the people and the jury opinions. It is a little sad that our Atlantis (4th place among the readers opinions) and Vasco de Gama di Paolo Mori (5th) have been left out from the nominations of the Spiel des Jahres. Concerning the prize for children games, the readers opinion was correct for 2 games out of 5, among them Turi Tour by our Alex Zucchini.
June 2010: for the second consecutive year, again in collaboration with Selecta, studiogiochi places one of its gamesamong the nominations of the Kinder Spiel des Jahres. Congratulations to its author, Alessandro Zucchini!