Design Projects

Game Designers

There was a time, not so long ago, when an annual meeting of board game designers was organized.

The aim of the event was to give board game authors the chance to showcase their projects and receive professional feedback on their work. They may even be considered for production and marketing.

It has to be said that, with our current projects, our concepts are keeping us a little too busy, and we're not necessarily looking to discover new ones at the moment. So, no designer meetings are planned for the foreseeable future, but don't be discouraged: it's still possible to present your project to us, as long as you provide us with all the required information.

  • Submitting your project

    As requests far exceed our capacity, you'll need to fill in the product sheet for your game using the form below. It includes the following information:

    • Game name
    • Category (card game, lucky game, vocabulary game, strategy game, etc.)
    • Target audience
    • Number of players
    • Game duration
    • Box contents
    • Brief description of the game: aim and victory conditions
    • Game rules
    • A photo showing the box and its contents

    Please allow up to 6 months for a response. Please note that due to the growing number of projects submitted, we do not follow up on unsuccessful projects.

    Please also note that although our range of games is very varied, we don't work in religious or political games, nor in electronic games.

  • Two advices

    1. Make regulations the right way

    Your game's rules must be clear and complete. Concepts are often rejected because of sloppy rules. We advise you to invest more time in developing precise, well-explained rules than in designing your prototype.

    2. Make sure it passes the best

    Test your game with people you know, but also with strangers, who will be more objective and likely to give you more constructive feedback.

    Below you'll find a document called the "Tester's Grid". It will help you get your game tested by other players and get their feedback. We encourage you to have your game tested by as many players as possible, even strangers, who are likely to be more objective and honest. The more reviews you get, the more you'll know about how to improve your game.

    If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us using the form below.

Forms and documents