Lookout Games

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Lookout Games
Key people
Hanno Girke, Uwe Rosenberg, Klemens Franz
ProductsBoard Games

Lookout Games is a German board and card game publisher. The company published, among other games, the board game Agricola, which was honored with the Complex Game award by the German Game of the Year jury in 2008.[1]


The company was founded in 2000 by Hanno Girke, Uwe Rosenberg and Marcel-André Casasola Merkle.[2] By this time, especially Rosenberg was already well known for his card game Bohnanza, which was published by a major German game company. The first game of Lookout Games was a small card game called Attribut. The game was originally published online at the gaming website Brettspielwelt. Later, the company started to produce physical copies of the game. In 2003 Attribut was on the shortlist for the German Game of the Year award. In 2007 the board game Agricola was published. In 2008 Agricola got the special award Complex Game at the German Game of the Year awards and the first place at the German Game Prize. Agricola became one of the highest rated games at the board game website Boardgamegeek.[3] 2008 the successor Le Havre was published. In 2009 Le Havre got the second place at the German Game Prize. In 2005 the company started to publish games from Z-Man Games in Germany.

Published games[edit]

Own games[edit]

Games by other companies[edit]

Games by Z-Man Games, which Lookout Games published in Germany:

Games by Hartland Trefoil Ltd, which Lookout Games published in Germany:


  1. ^ "Website of the German Game of the Year Awards: Awards 2008 (German)". Retrieved February 10, 2011.
  2. ^ "Website of Marcel-André Casasola Merkle". Archived from the original on 2005-05-06. Retrieved June 6, 2011.
  3. ^ "User ratings at Boardgamegeek.com". Retrieved February 10, 2011.

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