DSP 1990-1999

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Here are the first 10 years (1990-1999) of games that were awarded the Deutscher Spiele Preis (DSP), which is a prize given to a game considered to be a true “gamer’s game” each year.

Only the first game in the list was actually given the award. The other 9 games show their relative positions based on votes cast. See the official DSP site (German) for more information.

You can see the lists for 2000 through 2009 here and the lists for 2010 through 2019 here.

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1990

1st: Hoity Toity (Adel Verpflichtet) – Klaus Teuber

2nd: A La Carte – Karl-Heinz Schmiel

3rd: Such a Thing (Ein Solches Ding…) – Urs Hostettler

4th: Favoriten – Walter Müller

5th: Gold Digger (Goldrausch) – Reiner Knizia

6th: Coup (Holiday AG) – Wolfgang Kramer

7th: Römer – Rudolf Ross

8th: Wind & Wetter – Ben van Dijk & Wil Dijkstra

9th: Timberland – Klaus Teuber

10th: Dicke Kartoffeln – Doris Matthäus & Frank Nestel

1991

1st: Master Labyrinth – Max J. Kobbert

2nd: Bauernschlau – Tom Schoeps

3rd: Drunter & Drüber – Klaus Teuber

4th: Jagd der Vampire – Alex Randolph, Dario de Toffoli, & Walter Obert

5th: Conspiracy (Casablanca) – Eric Solomon

6th: Girl Talk

7th: Chamaleon – Wolfgang Großkopf

8th: Duftende Spuren – Christa Heidorn & Jürgen Heidorn

9th: Flusspiraten – Klaus Zoch & Walter Müller

10th: Columbus – Wolfgang Kramer

1992

1st: Flying Dutchman (Der Fliegende Holländer) – Klaus Teuber

2nd: Um Reifenbreite – Rob Bontenbal

3rd: Quo Vadis – Reiner Knizia

4th: Tal der Könige – Christian Beierer

5th: Schraumen (Schraumeln) – Urs Hostettler

6th: Cosmic Encounter – Bill Eberle, Bill Norton, Jack Kittredge, & Peter Olotka

7th: Minos – Jean Vanaise

8th: Extrablatt – Karl-Heinz Schmiel

9th: Razzia – Stefan Dorra

10th: Neolithibum – Harald Bilz

1993

1st: Modern Art – Reiner Knizia

2nd: Tutankhamen (Tutanchamun) – Reiner Knizia

3rd: Vernissage – Klaus Teuber

4th: Liar’s Dice (Bluff) – Richard Borg

5th: Acquire – Sid Sackson

6th: Rheingold (Highlanders) – Reinhard Herbert

7th: Spiel der Türme – Rudi Hoffmann

8th: Sticheln – Klaus Palesch

9th: History of the World – Gary Dicken & Steve Kendall

10th: Pfusch – Harald Bilz, Peter Gutbrod, & Rainer Kroehn

1994

1st: Category 5 (Take 6!, 6 nimmt!, also Slide 5) – Wolfgang Kramer

2nd: The Mob (Capone) – Anthony Watts & Mark Caines

3rd: Manhattan – Andreas Seyfarth

4th: Intrigue (Intrige) – Stefan Dorra

5th: Lifeboats (Rette Sich wer Kann) – Ronald Wettering

6th: Was Sticht? – Karl-Heinz Schmiel

7th: Kingdoms (Auf Heller und Pfennig) – Reiner Knizia

8th: Knock Out – Wolfgang Panning

9th: Take it Easy! – Peter Burley

10th: Billabong – Eric Solomon

1995

1st: The Settlers of Catan – Klaus Teuber

2nd: Street Car (Linie 1) – Stefan Dorra

3rd: Sternen Himmel – Tom Schoeps

4th: The Mole in the Hole (Die Maulwurf Company) – Bertram Kaes & Virginia Charves

5th: Medici – Reiner Knizia

6th: Galopp Royal – Klaus Teuber

7th: Runes (Buzzle) – Bill Eberle, Jack Kittredge, & Peter Olotka

8th: Hattrick – Klaus Palesch

9th: Set! – Marsha J. Falco

10th: High Society – Reiner Knizia

1996

1st: El Grande – Wolfgang Kramer & Richard Ulrich

2nd: Entdecker – Klaus Teuber

3rd: PitchCar (Carabande) – Jean du Poël

4th: Gloria Picktoria (Get the Goods, Reibach & Co.) – Mick Ado & Alan R. Moon

5th: Mü & More – Doris Matthäus & Frank Nestel

6th: Marracash – Stefan Dorra

7th: Yucata’ – Stefan Dorra

8th: Campanile – Hanno Kuhn & Wilfried Kuhn

9th: Ab Die Post! – Helga Huber & Hermann Huber

10th: Detroit-Cleveland Grand Prix (Top Race) – Wolfgang Kramer

1997

1st: Löwenherz – Klaus Teuber

2nd: Catan Card Game (Die Siedler von Catan: Das Kartenspiel) – Klaus Teuber

3rd: Showmanager – Dirk Henn

4th: Mississippi Queen – Werner Hodel

5th: Bohnanza – Uwe Rosenberg

6th: Serenissima – Dominique Ehrhard & Duccio Vitale

7th: Der Zerstreute Pharao (Ramses II) – Gunter Baars

8th: Expedition (Terra-X) – Wolfgang Kramer

9th: Beim Zeus! – Klaus Palesch

10th: Manitou – Günter Burkhardt

1998

1st: Tigris & Euphrates (Euphrat und Tigris) – Reiner Knizia

2nd: Primordial Soup (Ursuppe) – Doris Matthäus & Frank Nestel

3rd: Elfenland – Alan R. Moon

4th: Through the Desert (Durch die Wüste) – Reiner Knizia

5th: Canyon – Frederick A. Herschler

6th: Basari – Reinhard Staupe

7th: Tycoon – Horst-Rainer Rösner & Wolfgang Kramer

8th: Caesar & Cleopatra – Wolfgang Lüdtke

9th: Die Macher – Karl-Heinz Schmiel

10th: Freebooter (Freibeuter) – Reiner Stockhausen

1999

1st: Tikal – Wolfgang Kramer & Michael Kiesling

2nd: Ra – Reiner Knizia

3rd: Union Pacific – Alan R. Moon

4th: Samurai – Reiner Knizia

5th: Die Handler – Wolfgang Kramer & Richard Ulrich

6th: Giganten – Wilko Manz

7th: Verräter – Marcel-André Casasola Merkle

8th: Mamma Mia! – Uwe Rosenberg

9th: Chinatown – Karsten Hartwig

10th: Medieval Merchant (Pfeffersäcke) – Christwart Conrad

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