Deutscher Spiele Preis

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The Deutscher Spielepreis (German: [ˈdɔʏtʃɐ ˈʃpiːləˌpʁaɪs], German Game Prize) is an important award for boardgames. It was started in 1990 by the German magazine Die Pöppel-Revue, which collects votes from the industry's stores, magazines, professionals and game clubs. The results are announced every October at the Spiel game fair in Essen, Germany. The Essen Feather is awarded at the same ceremony.

In contrast to the Spiel des Jahres, which tends to be awarded to family games, the DSP is awarded for "gamers' games" with particularly good or innovative gameplay. Although at one point it was not uncommon for the DSP and the SdJ to be awarded to the same game (as was the case for The Settlers of Catan, El Grande, and Tikal in the 1990s), since Carcassonne (2001) only two games have succeeded in winning both awards - Dominion in 2009, and Azul in 2018.

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The prizes for Best Children's Game and Best Rules were both won by Nacht der Magier.

2007Edit

  • 1st: The Pillars of the Earth (German: Die Säulen der Erde)
  • 2nd: Notre Dame
  • 3rd: Vikings (German: Wikinger)
  • 4th: Yspahan
  • 5th: Zooloretto
  • 6th: Arkadia (German: Die Baumeister von Arkadia)
  • 7th: Imperial
  • 8th: Leonardo da Vinci (German: Maestro Leonardo)
  • 9th: Thebes (German: Jenseits von Theben)
  • 10th: Colosseum

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  • 1st: 7 Wonders
  • 2nd: The Castles of Burgundy (German: Die Burgen von Burgund)
  • 3rd: Troyes
  • 4th: Navegador
  • 5th: Asara
  • 6th: Mondo
  • 7th: Pantheon
  • 8th: Lancaster
  • 9th: Luna
  • 10th: Strasbourg

2012Edit

  • 1st: Village
  • 2nd: Trajan
  • 3rd: Hawaii
  • 4th: Ora Et Labora
  • 5th: Helvetia
  • 6th: Targi
  • 7th: Kingdom Builder
  • 8th: Vegas
  • 9th: Africana
  • 10th: Santa Cruz

2013Edit

  • 1st: Terra Mystica
  • 2nd: Tzolk'in: The Mayan Calendar (German: Tzolk'in: Der Maya Kalender)
  • 3rd: Brugge (German: Brügge)
  • 4th: Bora Bora
  • 5th: Legends of Andor (German: Die Legenden von Andor)
  • 6th: Hanabi
  • 7th: Yedo
  • 8th: Keyflower
  • 9th: Rialto
  • 10th: Augustus

2014Edit

  • 1st: Russian Railroads
  • 2nd: Istanbul
  • 3rd: Concordia
  • 4th: Love Letter
  • 5th: Camel Up
  • 6th: Caverna: The Cave Farmers (German: Caverna: Die Höhlenbauern)
  • 7th: Lewis & Clark
  • 8th: Rococo (German: Rokoko)
  • 9th: Glass Road (German: Die Glasstraße)
  • 10th: Splendor
  • Best Children's Game: Feuerdrachen

2015Edit

  • 1st: The Voyages of Marco Polo (German: Auf den Spuren von Marco Polo)
  • 2nd: Orléans
  • 3rd: Colt Express
  • 4th: Murano
  • 5th: Fields of Arle (German: Arler Erde)
  • 6th: Five Tribes
  • 7th: Cacao
  • 8th: Machi Koro
  • 9th: Aquasphere
  • 10th: Patchwork
  • Best Children's Game: Spinderella

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