Days of Wonder

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Days of Wonder is a board game publisher owned by Asmodee Group since 2014.[1] Founded in 2002, Days of Wonder distributes its games to 25 countries. It specialises in German-style board games and have branched out to include some online games. Days of Wonder has published games in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Hungarian, Finnish, Polish, Danish, Czech, Swedish, Norwegian, Korean, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Greek. Days of Wonder was co-founded by Eric Hautemont, Pierre Gaubil, Mark Kaufman & Yann Corno. Under the guidance of the company's Creative Director, Cyrille Daujean, the company quickly made a name for itself as a publisher of board games with top notch components and gorgeous designs.

In 2004, Days of Wonder received the Spiel des Jahres for their board game, Ticket to Ride, by Alan R. Moon. It was the youngest publisher ever to take that award. Ticket to Ride is the company's best selling series according to Shadows Over Camelot won a special Spiel des Jahres award as Best Fantasy Game in 2006.[2] In 2009, Smallworld received three awards including "Best Game of the Year", "Best Family Game", and "Best Game Artwork" from the Dice Tower Gaming Awards.

Games Published[edit]

Below are all of the games published by Days of Wonder from 2002 to 2018:[3]

Small Box games[edit]

Large Box games

Ticket to Ride


Small World


Card Games

The Art off Small World

    • SW Amazon Statue (2013)
    • SW Skeleton Statue (2013)
    • SW Spiderine Statue (2013)
    • SW Wizard Statue (2013)

Digital Games

Awards & Honors[edit]

Ticket to ride

Ticket to ride Europe

Ticket to Ride: The Card Game

Ticket to Ride: Map expansion #5 United Kingdom

Ticket to ride iOs

Ticket to Ride: 10th Anniversary

Small World

Shadows over Camelot



Pirate's Cove

Mystery of the Abbey


Cleopatra and the Society of Architects

Relic Runners

Cargo Noir

Gang of Four

Five Tribes


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