Reiner Knizia - designer of over 600 published games

Bringing enjoyment to the people

Kniziathons 2015

Kniziathons 2015

From Australia to South Africa, from Canada to Hong Kong, from Russia to the USA, from Azerbaijan to Argentina, from Korea to Lichtenstein, from Germany to Japan, from Israel to Latvia, from France to Sweden and from Portugal to the United Kingdom. Over 6,000 participants in 31 countries took part in our Kniziathon 2015 events to celebrate 30 years of Knizia Games.

Click on the picture to see more happy winners and keep on playing….!


New Arrival – Captain Black

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New Arrival – Captain Black

Can you help Captain Black’s ghost to sail his ship to the treasure island before darkness sets in. But beware of the many dangers along the way.

Enjoy this co-operative game with an electronic ghost figure that moves round the ship and (mis)directs your activities while you are desperately trying to keep the ship afloat.

And yes, the ship is really 90cm (3 feet) long!

Ship ahoy!


Top 10 Toy Inventor

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Top 10 Toy Inventor

A survey of 2,000 inventors named Reiner as one of the world’s top 10 toy inventors, amongst industry giants such as Ole Kirk Christiansen (Lego), Frank Hornby (Hornby Trains, Meccano, Dinky Toys), Erno Rubik (Rubik’s Cube), Ruth Handler (Barbie Doll), and Walter Frederick Morrison (Frisbee).


The Cat has got the Cream!

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The Cat has got the Cream!

Our game Mmm!, published by Pegasus, wins the Austrian Game Award 2015.

In this co-operative game for kids and families, you are up against the cat! How much food can you sneak out of the pantry to feed your hungry mouse family before the cat strikes! Run!


Kniziathon Packages on Their Way!

Kniziathon Packages on Their Way!

The Kniziathon 30th Anniversary Event has proved to be an enormous success. Here is a batch of prize packages about to leave for all points world-wide after we heard from people wanting to join in the celebrations by organising a Kniziathon of their own: from just a handful of players at a local games club, to dozens at a larger games convention.

In total we sent out over 200 parcels, bringing enjoyment to more than 6,000 Kniziathon participants. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone for taking part!