Board game inspired by Pieter Bruegel’s Children’s Games (1560)

My name is Zofia Dziurawiec, I come from a small city—Tarnów in Poland. At the moment, I study graphic design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. I am still learning so I hope every iteration of my work will be better than the previous one. Every day I develop my passion for dancing, road cycling, cooking and many other things. Happy people are never bored! 

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I created this game, inspired by painting Pieter Bruegel’s Children’s Games (1560). It is based on games that can be found in his paintings, for example: Baptist, dressage horse or turning the barrel. Every one of them is named and depicted on the playing cards. 

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Play to spend you pastime well and feel the atmosphere of XVI century’s yard from Bruegel’s paintings. Play games with children. Meet new friends in a remote village. Try to search the treasure together and change what you have found. Invite each other to the play and have fun! 

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The game is intended for 2-6 players aged 12+. Each game lasts 30-50 minutes. Each player has to use his own figure and collects the points. The winner is the player who first collects 20 points.

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Players obtain points for playing games with the children in the painting. Each game uses a different scoring system. To play the game, players have to find the right amount of girls, boys and things. Players move around the board using a spinner. The spinner has been specifically designed, based on historic toys. It has only 4 walls. You twist it using two fingers, let them turn around and fall to one of the walls. This is a unique game and everything is hand-made. 

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