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If anything else fails, click here to ask metacrawler for its current hits for board and card games.
These links are mainly to sites about newly published games.
Germans largest board game site is Spielbox-Online (formerly KMW's Spielplatz) . The site is usually very up to date and fairly large! Spielbox is on of the larger game magazines in Germany.
The Board Game Geek is a very modern and IMHO excellent resource for every board game. Though they do seem to like our games :-(
This is the place where "The Jury" publishes the latest information about the German "oscar of games" SdJ - Homepage .
Somehow a different kind of reviews and a different style at all, at Michael Knopfs Page. This site is in German)! Michael is also a writer of game reviews for one of the big German newspapers and a member of "the Jury".
Another nice site is Peters Sarrets Game Report Online though it's bit behind his paper game report.
This was the very best and very only game site some years ago, getting a bit out dated now: Ken's Gamecabinet . Ken also helped us with our first trials to do some internet advertisments . Still a very good resource for rule translations and some other stuff.
This is a site, of another tiny little game company Bambus Games . Done by the game designer Günther Cornett, who has done quite a few nice games. I especially recommend his games Flaschenteufel IMHO one of the most interesting trick taking games and the 1997 new Arabana-Ikibiti (aka Kahuna) an excellent game for two players. They also do license productions and I also really love Twilight , another strange card game. Unfortunately the site is completely in German
This is a site of a somewhat larger little Company Fata Morgana , the makers of Tichu one of my favourite card games, Kremlin , Schraumeln , Hotel Life , and more. Their game idea engine is Urs Hostettler. They also organize large scale criminal parties.
One of the smallest companies arround, is Daggit We shared our Essen 1997 stand with them and their new Quartier Latin.
And finally the Americans found small companies themselves, to publish their own "German Style" games. Here is Hangman Games , founded by Alan D. Ernstein and Kurt Adam. They seem to be very busy, starting much faster than that 1 game a year we do.
Onother author with a fast start in business and licenses, he is also setting up a mailing list for game author: Michael Schacht . Unfortunately I'm still looking forward to play one of Michaels games.
Finally a very interesting page for game authors and you who wan't to become game author. Unfortunately in German!
This is the Progressive Chess World Championship homepage , all about a very crazy type of chess variation and links to more chess related stuff. I participated once at one of their tournaments and it was great fun!
This is another semi german game page, maybe you find the Essen information on it useful: Kulkmann's Gamebox . Another german source of recent german game information Pöppelkiste especially at Essen times.
Another private game page: Die Pöppelbande .
Kind of a micro game database on games: Niederrheinmagazin .
One of my latest boardgame bookmarks is Joes Spiele Seite . And another one: by Anthony .
The home page of one of Germany's biggest (paper) boardgame magazines: Pöppel Revue .
An incredible site is John McLeods Card Games site. Here you can learn nearly everything about classical cards games, their rules, history, variants. And if you don't find it on the pages, you can still ask John!
And another card game page, on MAO .
R. Somervilles incredible card game shop in good old Scottland, precisely in Edinburgh, has it's own homepage now. Hmm, but this is allready pretty commercial ;-)
Conways Game of Life has it's own page here!
Not really games, but very many very interesting puzzles .People links pages. other links page .
You can find some more links I like right here .
You'll probably find some more Game links in my latest original and uncensored Netscape Bookmark file. Hey, thats an easy way to do a links page :-).