Project GIPF related sites
Kurt Van den Branden's GF1
reports about the activities of EGO, a GIPF club in Eindhoven. (ENG)
& Lidy run a site mainly dedicated to the moon, soccerclub
FC Boom, and GIPF. (NL)
Speelduivel is a games club in Leuven (B) that hosts Homo
Ludens, and abstract games club. (NL)
Grande Games distributes GIPF and TAMSK and publishes ZÈRTZ
and DVONN in North America. (ENG)
Spieleverlag distributes the games of project GIPF in Germany.
Abstract Games isn't a virtual magazine, but something *real*:
you hold it in your hands, you read the articles printed on paper,
you can put it on a shelve or desk or whatever and pick it up whenever
you want. It may sound a bit paradoxal, but here's a good tip: go
to their website to see what the real thing is all about. If you
like abstract games, this magazine is a must have.
What follows next, is just a selection of links to sites with a lot
of info about games. The list is not meant to be complete. Each of
the sites mentioned below are perfect platforms for a dive into the
Games in general (NL)
Erwin Broens on games.
Games in general (D)
Spelmagazijn. Ronald Hoekstra on Games.
VLaams Spellenarchief. A whole team on games.
A conglomerate of game culbs in Flanders.
speelvogel. Johan Francois on games.
pagina. Nothing but links - and more links.
KMW's games portal (the former Spielplatz) that joined forces with
the games magazine Spielbox.
An enormeous databank.
der Spiele. Nice and neat, sobre and well-kept.
9000 . Very active games site.
Brigitte and Wolfgang Ditt on games.
Games in general (ENG)
Game Geek. Very alive and kicking.
Games Journal. Webzine run by Greg Aleknevicus.