<<I know that Germany as a nation produces many of the top quality board games these days, but I have to assume the term German game is a reference to something other than its origin. Is it a style, a genre, a "look and feel"?>>A great question. Some answers:http://www.thegamesjournal.com/articles/GermanGamesFAQ.shtmlhttp://boardgames.about.com/library/games/blgerman-quotes.htmhttp://www.geocities.com/yahugaming/German.htmlhttp://www.tragsnart.co.uk/gamehub/german/german.htmhttp://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~debbiep/billabong/german.htmlCheers!Selena
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