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An exhibition at Ludopole
Last Friday, the 7th of February, a room dedicated to the Little Prince opened at Ludopole in Lyon. We were there with Antoine Bauza et Bruno Cathala, the two designers of the game.
Next to the entrance of this wonderful place dedicated to Games, you can find now and till the end of March 2014 an exhibition about the game The Little Prince – Make me a planet: a beautiful space set up thanks to the Ludopole team: the game of course, but also videos, posters with quotations, a big 15-puzzle, an illustrated game designer diary, a drawing board (Draw me a ship, please!) and even cuddly foxes and snakes. Find some photos of the place below.
The tournament of the Little prince
On the occasion of the night of games, we set up a small tournament of the Little prince. 25 entrants played in 5 games during the first round, in a friendly atmosphere. Then there was 100% female finals, a more serious moment: a copy of the game signed by the authors and a kiss on the cheak from Bruno Cathala himself were at stake. The final scores: Aneta : 32 points, Lucille : 39 points, Alexandra : 42 points, Marion : 44 points et Clair : 22 points.
Des protos et des hommes
Nous avons eu l’occasion aussi de discuter et de jouer à des quelques prototypes. La CAL (Compagnie des Auteurs Lyonnais) était là en force. Au programme : un drôle de jeu de dés d’Antoine Bauza, les 7 Samurais du même auteur, Troops de Florent Mortier, Madsteam de Gregory Olivier, Voleurs noctures de Frederic Vuagnat, Plic Ploc d’une charmante auteure dont je ne me rappelle plus le nom. Une très belle soirée. Un grand merci à Thierry et Sophie pour leur accueil.