DSP 2010-2019

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Here will be the next 10 years (2010-2019) 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 1990 through 1999 here and the lists for 2000 through 2009 here.

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2010

1st: Fresco – Wolfgang Panning, Marco Ruskowski & Marcel Süßelbeck

2nd: Vasco Da Gama – Paolo Mori

3rd: World Without End – Michael Rieneck & Stefan Stadler

4th: Tobago – Bruce Allen

5th: Hansa Teutonica – Andreas Steding

6th: Endeavor – Carl de Visser & Jarratt Gray

7th: Egizia – Acchittocca, Flaminia Brasini, Virginio Gigli, Stefano Luperto & Antonio Tinto

8th: Macao – Stefan Feld

9th: Dungeon Lords – Vlaada (Vladimír) Chvátil

10th: Power Struggle – Bauldric & Friends

2011

1st: 7 Wonders – Antoine Bauza

2nd: The Castles Of Burgundy – Stefan Feld

3rd: Troyes – Sébastien Dujardin, Xavier Georges & Alain Orban

4th: Navegador – Mac Gerdts

5th: Asara – Wolfgang Kramer & Michael Kiesling

6th: Mondo – Michael Schacht

7th: Pantheon – Michael Tummelhofer

8th: Lancaster – Matthias Cramer

9th: Luna – Stefan Feld

10th: Strasbourg – Stefan Feld

2012

1st: Village – Inka & Markus Brand

2nd: Trajan – Stephan Feld

3rd: Hawaii – Greg Daigle

4th: Ora et Labora – Uwe Rosenberg

5th: Helvetia – Matthias Cramer

6th: Targi – Andreas Steiger

7th: Kingdom Builder – Donald X. Vaccarino

8th: Vegas – Rudiger Dorn

9th: Africana – Michael Schacht

10th: Santa Cruz – Marcel-André Casasola Merkle

2013

1st: Terra Mystica – Helge Ostertag & Jens Drögemüller

2nd: Tzolk’in: The Mayan Calendar – Simone Luciani & Daniele Tascini

3rd: Bruges – Stefan Feld

4th: Bora Bora – Stefan Feld

5th: Legends of Andor – Michael Menzel

6th: Hanabi – Antoine Bauza

7th: Yedo – Wolf Plancke & Thomas Vande Ginste

8th: Keyflower – Sebastian Bleasdale & Richard Breese

9th: Rialto – Stefan Feld

10th: Augustus – Paolo Mori

2014

1st: Russian Railroads – Helmut Ohley & Leonhard Orgler

2nd: Istanbul – Rüdiger Dorn

3rd: Concordia – Mac Gerdts

4th: Love Letter – Seiji Kanai

5th: Camel Up – Steffen Bogen

6th: Caverna: The Cave Farmers – Uwe Rosenberg

7th: Lewis & Clark – Cédrick Chaboussit

8th: Rococo – Matthias Cramer, Louis & Stefan Malz

9th: Glass Road – Uwe Rosenberg

10th: Splendor – Marc André

2015

1st: The Voyages of Marco Polo – Simone Luciani, Daniele Tascini

2nd: Orleans – Reiner Stockhausen

3rd: Colt Express – Christophe Raimbault

4th: Murano – Inka Brand, Markus Brand

5th: Fields of Arle – Uwe Rosenberg

6th: Five Tribes – Bruno Cathala

7th: Cacao -Phil Walker-Harding

8th: Machi Koro – Masao Suganuma

9th: Aquasphere – Stephan Feld

10th: Patchwork – Uwe Rosenberg

2016

1st: Mombasa – Alexander Pfister

2nd: Codenames – Vlaada Chvatil

3rd: T.I.M.E. Stories – Peggy Chassenet & Manuel Rozoy

4th: Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 – Rob Daviau & Matt Leacock

5th: Mysterium – Oleksandr Nevskiy & Oleg Sidorenko

6th: Karuba – Rudiger Dorn

7th: Isle of Skye: From Chieftain to King – Andreas Pelikan & Alexander Pfister

8th: Imhotep – Phil Walker-Harding

9th: 7 Wonders Duel – Antoine Bauza & Bruno Cathala

10th: Nippon – Nuno Bizarro Sentieiro & Paulo Soledade

2017

1st: Terraforming Mars – Jacob Fryxelius

2nd: Great Western Trail – Alexander Pfister

3rd: A Feast for Odin – Uwe Rosenberg

4th: Scythe – Jamey Stegmaier

5th: First Class – Helmut Ohley

6th: Kingdomino – Bruno Cathala

7th: Fabled Fruit – Harald Lieske

8th: Captain Sonar – Roberto Fraga & Yohan Lemonnier

9th: Magic Maze – Kasper Lapp

10th: The Quest for El Dorado – Reiner Knizia