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Deutscher Spiele Preis

The Deutscher SpielePreis is one of two major German game awards, and is generally considered to be the "gamers' game" award, in contrast to the Spiel des Jahres, which generally leans toward recognizing family games.

The Deutscher SpielePreis is awarded by the magazine Die Pöppel-Revue, which collects votes from many sources, including game clubs, game industry journalists and other professionals, hundreds of game shops, and its own subscriber list.

The results of the vote--the top ten games for the year--are announced each October at the Essen game fair.

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1st place

Tigris & Euphrates English language edition Step back to the dawn of recorded time. Take command of a young dynasty in fertile Mesopotamia. Here, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, lies the cradle of civilization. Here, as the Bible tells, rose man's first cities: Ur, Nineveh, and fair... Out of Stock


1st place

Euphrat & Tigris original German edition Ur... Nineveh... Babylon--the Bible describes these cities as the origin of mankind. Science agrees: in fertile Mesopotamia, between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, lay the cradle of civilization. In Euphrat & Tigris, the aim of each player is to... Out of Stock


1st place

Tigris & Euphrates English language edition Step back to the dawn of recorded time. Take command of a young dynasty in fertile Mesopotamia. Here, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, lies the cradle of civilization. Here, as the Bible tells, rose man's first cities: Ur, Nineveh, and fair... Out of Stock


1st place

Tigris & Euphrates English language edition Step back to the dawn of recorded time. Take command of a young dynasty in fertile Mesopotamia. Here, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, lies the cradle of civilization. Here, as the Bible tells, rose man's first cities: Ur, Nineveh, and fair... Out of Stock


2nd place

Ursuppe Each player controls a tribe of primeval Amoebas, at a time in the earth's history when there are no higher forms of life. At the start of the game, the Amoebas can feed, multiply and move in an uncoordinated fashion. By buying Gene cards, players... Out of Stock


2nd place

Primordial Soup English language edition of Ursuppe You control a tribe of amoebas living in Earth's past trying to survive in the Primordial Soup. At first, your amoebas drift along, eating the nutrients that are available, but soon you'll have to figure out how to get to the rapidly depleting supply... Out of Stock


3rd place

Elfenland Scandinavian edition Most races involve horses or cards, but in Elfenland players control young elves, who must traverse their fantasy land with all sorts of strange transportation such as giant pigs and unicorns. Each player must visit every city on the map and ... Out of Stock


3rd place

Elfenland original German edition This is the long-awaited new edition of Alan Moon's Elfenroads (White Wind, 1993). The game has been completely redesigned, including the board. If you weren't among the lucky 1200 who bought the original, you now have another chance! Travel with... Out of Stock


3rd place

Elfenland English language edition Most races involve horses or cards, but in Elfenland players control young elves, who must traverse their fantasy land with all sorts of strange transportation such as giant pigs and unicorns. Each player must visit every city on the map and ... Out of Stock


3rd place

Elfenland multilingual 10-year anniversary edition in a tin Most races involve horses or cards, but in Elfenland players control young elves, who must traverse their fantasy land with all sorts of strange transportation such as giant pigs and unicorns. Each player must visit every city on the map and ... Out of Stock


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