In 2004 and 2005, the "super ace d'or" (replaced by the "ace d'or" in 2003) and the "game of the year" merged to become the current "As d'or, jeu de the year”.
The game les aventuriers du rail then won the gold ace and game of the year for two consecutive years in addition to winning the Spiel des Jahres in 2004.
The Cannes International Games Festival and the Association Française de Promotion et d’Evaluation des Jeux de Société join their efforts by bringing together the golden ace for the FIJ and the game of the year for the AFPEJS.
The French gaming world then had a single quality label recognized by the profession and capable of seducing the public.
One price so audiences can navigate the ever-changing world of gaming with ease.
The golden super ace was awarded for the first time in February 1988 at the Cannes International Games Festival.
Super Gang is then the first game in a long series of award-winning games for 35 years now!
There were also prizes such as the golden aces of "imagination game", "friendship game", "adventure game", "letter game", "hope gold game", " interactive board game", "benjamin golden ace", "junior golden ace", "innovation", "dice game", "golden ace of the decade", "family game" and " pawn game” to name a few.
The evolutions of the various prizes awarded have followed the evolutions of the world of board games which became particularly rich in the 80s.
In the early 2000s, the prizes were refocused on a smaller number and the jury became even more professional.
Tomato, potato, squash, bean, corn, peanut, pepper, cocoa, vanilla, pineapple... turkey, all these products were unknown in Europe, Asia and Africa before the discovery of America in 1492, by Christopher Colombus.
Our food memory is very short.
It is often limited to flavors and products discovered in childhood.
If we make an effort, we go back to a "very distant past", that is to say only to the childhood memories of our grandparents.
This is why the cuisine of the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th century seems to us to be a cuisine that has always existed, the one that our ancestors have always eaten since "the dawn of time".
Most of us are then very surprised to learn that our famous local products are sometimes a recent invention on a historical scale.
Can you imagine Mediterranean cuisine without tomatoes or zucchini? Savoyard cuisine without potatoes? Indian cuisine without chilli? African cuisine without cassava?