Jeux Descartes

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Jeux Descartes was a French publisher of roleplaying games and board games. Their most popular lines included: Eurogames, a set of serious board games, previously published by Duccio Vitale's independent company; Blue Games, small card games for larger groups; and Games for Two.

Jeux Descartes was founded in 1977 and went out of business in 2005. Their assets are now owned by former rival Asmodée Éditions, and are sold under the Descartes Editeur imprint.


Role-Playing Games[edit]


Card Games[edit]


  • Dune (?): A wargame based on the Dune book series. Players play one of the factions: Bene Gesserit, Emperor Shaddam IV, Fremen, House Atreides, House Harkonnen or the Spacing Guild.
  • 1870 (1978): A division-level wargame simulating the Franco-Prussian War.
  • Serenissima: An economy and warfare simulation set in an Italian seaport during the Renaissance.

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