Friday, November 18, 2005

Thank These Guys

Thought y'all might be interested in some overall information about the designers & The One Hundred:

six of the games have no known designer:
  • Backgammon
  • Bridge
  • Crokinole
  • Go
  • Poker
  • Spades
Reiner Knizia designed seventeen of the games (wow!):
  • Africa
  • Battleline/Schotten Totten
  • Euphrat & Tigris
  • Lord of the Rings
  • Lost Cities
  • LOTR: The Confrontation
  • Medici
  • Modern Art
  • Quandary
  • Ra
  • Res Publica
  • Royal Turf
  • Samurai
  • Stephensons' Rocket
  • Taj Mahal
  • Through the Desert
  • Traumfabrik
Wolfgang Kramer designed seven of the games (by himself or with a partner):
  • 6 Nimmt!
  • Daytona 500 (w/Mike Gray)
  • El Grande (w/Richard Ulrich)
  • Expedition/Wildlife Adventure (w/Ursula Kramer)
  • Princes of Florence (w/Richard Ulrich)
  • Tikal
  • Torres (w/Michael Kiesling)

Alan Moon designed five of the games (by himself or with a partner):

  • Capitol (w/Aaron Weissblum)
  • Elfenland
  • San Marco (w/Aaron Weissblum)
  • Ticket To Ride
  • Union Pacific
Klaus Teuber designed four of the games:
  • Adel Verpflichtet/Hoity Toity
  • Domaine
  • Lowenherz
  • Settlers of Catan
Richard Borg designed three of the games:
  • Battle Cry
  • Liar's Dice/Call My Bluff
  • Memoir '44
Uwe Rosenberg designed three of the games:
  • Bohnanza
  • Mamma Mia
  • Schnappchen Jagd
Sid Sackson designed three of the games:
  • Acquire
  • Can't Stop
  • I'm The Boss/Kohle Kies & Knete
Aaron Weissblum designed three of the games (with partners):
  • Capitol (w/Alan Moon)
  • San Marco (w/Alan Moon)
  • Smarty Party (w/Pitt Crandlemire)
Kris Burm designed two of the games:
  • Dvonn
  • Gipf
The team of Eberle, Kittredge & Olotka designed two of the games:
  • Cosmic Encounter
  • Dune
Friedemann Friese designed two of the games:
  • Fresh Fish
  • Power Grid/Funkenschlag
Dirk Henn designed two of the games:
  • Showmanager/Atlantic Star
  • Wallenstein
Alex Randolph designed two of the games (by himself or with a partner):
  • Ricochet Robot
  • Code 777 (w/ Robert Abbott)
Karl-Heinz Schmiel designed two of the games:
  • Die Macher
  • Was Sticht?
Francis Tresham designed two of the games:
  • 1830
  • Civilization
Richard Ulrich designed two of the games (with a partner):
  • El Grande (w/Wolfgang Kramer)
  • Princes of Florence (w/Wolfgang Kramer)
And the rest of the games on The One Hundred - their designers only appeared once. Still, it's a nice crowd to be in when it includes such notables as Robert Abbott, Stefan Dorra, Rudiger Dorn, Jean du Poel, Bruno Faidutti, Mike Fitzgerald, Doris & Frank, Richard Garfield, Mike Gray, Philippe Keyaerts, Dave Parlett, Wolfgang Riedesser, Peter Sarrett, Michael Schacht, Andreas Seyfarth, Reinhard Staupe, Martin Wallce & Klaus-Jurgen Wrede.

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Anonymous Chris Sjoholm said...

If you're going to say Liar's Dice was invented in 1974, then you can't give Richard Borg credit for it. The parlor game Liar's Dice was likely invented long before 1974, but that's the date in boardgamegeek because that's the earliest published set that anyone's submitted. Borg's version was published in the early 1990's.

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Blogger Peter said...

Just ran across apples to apples and your 100. Nice to be in the mix with Cosmic and Dune. We are releasing a new CE boardgame in 2008 with Fantasy Flight games. You can also find a collection of Cosmic and Dune players hanging out at Cosmic Encounter Online. They are playing Dune remotely via the web. :) Peter Olotka

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