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Leo moet naar de kapper

Leo Colovini (author), Michael Menzel (illustrator)
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Target audience:
6-8 years and up
Coöperatief geheugenspel. Leid Leo op tijd naar de kapper door de dieren en kleuren op zijn weg te onthouden. De spelers winnen als Leo aan het einde van de vijfde dag toekomt. Spannend spel met verschillende moeilijkheidsgradaties.
Title
Leo moet naar de kapper
Author
Leo Colovini
Illustrator
Michael Menzel
Language
Multiple languages, French, Dutch
Publisher
Almere: 999 Games, 2016
doos met handleiding, 30 wegtegels, 20 bewegingskaarten, 1 starttegel, 1 doeltegel, 5 puzzeldelen, 1 wekker en 1 houten speelstuk
Note
Speelduur : ca. 30 min. Min. 2 spelers - max. 5 spelers Vermelding op doos: leeftijd 6-99
EAN
8719214422677

Availability in Flemish libraries

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About Leo Colovini

Leo Colovini is an Italian designer of German-style board games born in Venice 1964. His most popular game is Cartagena. He is one of the few top board game designers who has owned a game store.

His life in games was strongly influenced by meeting Alex Randolph at the age of 12 with whom he worked on several of his games. He has also been part of studiogiochi, an Italian games company, and has also collaborated with Dario De Toffoli and has written books on games.

List of Games

Complete list of games that Colovini has created:

His games are known for their simplicity and drama as this quote from Board Game Geek illustrates: "Carcasonne: The Discovery is also the simplest and most vanilla of the Carcassonnes. (Of course, if you know anything about Leo Colovini, you'd expect that.) But, it also the most tense Carcassonne. (And if you know Mr. Colovini, you also knew THAT!)"

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