As part of our 'Showcase Series', we are highlighting games companies large and small with a few quick questions to discover more about their conception, evolution, inspirations and aspirations. From the largest multi-national companies to indie games makers and even individual new-comers, we're happy to shine a light on a variety of views of the gaming industry and experiences for those at all points on the gaming ladder!
Today - Djeco...
THE STORY OF DJECO GAMES
Djeco’s story is one of a family business run by an inventive creative team displaying a genuine passion for their work. Since 1954, we’ve been having loads of fun exploring the art of using fantasy to develop, stimulate, inspire and delight children of all ages.
Djeco’s exciting adventure in the field of parlour games began in 2004 with the first board games. Since 2005, a collection of card games was developed, including classics like Bata-Waf, Mistigri or Piratatak. Next came the Little games, specially developed for children aged 2 ½ and up. Djeco also proposes games of logic, puzzles and classic games.
At Djeco, we believe that the secrets of a successful game include a good set of rules and the quality of the game mechanics, but we also feel that the game should be attractive and well made. Based on these demanding criteria, we select the games and discuss them in depth with their designers before they undergo testing in the games library or by families.
OUR ARTISTIC APPROACH
Our games are the fruit of a successful combination of high quality rules, the designer’s game concept and the graphical and artistic talent of an illustrator. At Djeco, when we design our collections we work with all sorts of illustrators, established artists and new talent, and we like to express this unique artistic aspect of our toys clearly by using original, sympathetic artwork which appeals to everyone, whatever their age and wherever in the world they may live.
Find out MORE ABOUT DJECO GAMES at the links and in store below!
Djeco Games Booklet: https://bit.ly/Djeco-Games-ENG
Little (games for toddlers): http://www.djeco.com/little/en