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Spiel des Jahres

The German Spiel des Jahres is perhaps the world's most prestigious game award. Founded in 1978 by a group of German game critics to promote awareness and to increase the cultural value of games, the award recognizes outstanding games based on originality, playability, and educational value of the game idea; organization, clarity and understandability of rules; packing and layout of the gameboard and the game rules; and functionality and overall quality of the game materials included.

Each year the journalists who compose the Jury cast ballots to select the honorees and to award the main prize, the Spiel des Jahres (Game of the Year). In past years, a list of Nominees was selected, then a few weeks later, the Spiel des Jahres was chosen from that list. Beginning in 2004, an initial list of Recommended games was published as well as five Nominees announced as finalists; and finally, the Game of the Year is announced a few weeks after that, in early summer.

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Typo multi-lingual edition Everyone chooses letter cards from their hands. They are simultaneously revealed and added in alphabetical order to the rows on the table. You lose points if you can't add your letter to the center to make a word. Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.


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Wie ich die Welt sehe During a player's turn in this group-dynamic game, he is "it". That is, he is the "individual who describes the world as he sees it". In addition, he reveals the top card of the My-World-Deck and confronts the opponents with a problem: Arguing... Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.

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