Bruno Faidutti

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Bruno Faidutti (23 October 1961) is a historian and sociologist, living in France, who is best known as an author of board games.

Career[edit]

Bruno Faidutti's best known games include Knightmare Chess (1991), Mystery of the Abbey (1993, 2003) and Citadels (2000). He is also involved in the boardgaming community with his "Ideal Games Library" website and personal "Game of the Year" prize. Many of his games are the results of collaboration with other designers.

Bruno Faidutti in action

In the United States, his Eurogame Corruption was released by Atlas Games in 1999.[1]:257 His Citadels was released in 2000 by Fantasy Flight Games,[1]:345 who later released his game Red November in 2008.[1]:350

Selected list of games[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Shannon Appelcline (2011). Designers & Dragons. Mongoose Publishing. ISBN 978-1-907702-58-7. 

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