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Uwe Rosenberg (born 27 March 1970) is a German game designer and the co-founder of Lookout Games. He initially became known for his card game Bohnanza, which was successful both in Germany and internationally. He also designed Agricola, a genre-changing game that dethroned Puerto Rico as the highest rated game on BoardGameGeek.com in September 2008 and stayed at the top of the rankings until March 2010.

Rosenberg is well known for the development of complex, economic eurogames, as well as innovative card game mechanisms. Many of his designs have been recognized as being excellent for solitary play.

Patchwork board game
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Agricola (Revised Edition) board game
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A Feast For Odin board game
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Caverna: The Cave Farmers board game
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Bohnanza board game
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Le Havre board game
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Agricola board game
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Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small board game
Glass Road board game
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Fields of Arle board game
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I've always wondered what this game is about. It was unexpected, but a pleasant surprise to see all of the details. Which Uwe Rosenberg game is your favorite?

Hard to pick just one.  Uwe Rosenberg I guess.  I know Beth Sobel is my favorite game artist though!

Looks like Uwe Rosenberg has gotten the majority of the votes! (makes sense)

I like Beth's illustrations too--nothing too exciting, but I think that's why it blends so well with the game. And of course, they're beautiful! Makes me think of another idea for a forum post--"if all board games in the world were illustrated by a single illustrator, who would it be?"

This is a really tough question! So many good answers here.

Corey Konieczka, Jonathan Ying, Eric Lang, Uwe Rosenberg. 

And so many more. 

I will say Corey Konieczka. Final answer. 

Ooh, tough question. I guess... Z-Man? Z-Man is the most represented publisher in my collection, and they're not half-bad games! Pandemic, A Feast For Odin, Gaia Project, Carcassonne, Love Letter, Citadels. Other games by them I'd be interested in are Merchants and Marauders, Voyages of Marco Polo, Akrotiri, Chinatown, a bunch of Uwe Rosenberg, Stone Age, Terra Mystica, Lowlands, and Tigris and Euphrates.

I'd be interested in some of the people who have been around for a long time, people like Reiner Knizia, Uwe Rosenberg, Stefan Feld, Friedman Friese etc.... I'm very interested in what people like that think about how the hobby has changed from their perspective. 

Also, I would love if you would interview Cole Wehrle and explore how history influences his game design. 

Don’t forget Uwe Rosenberg!

Star Wars would be the most epic - but I'm sure there would be a problem with licensing.
I personally would love some Uwe Rosenberg game art (Agricola, La Havre, Caverna, A Feast for Odin, Fields of Arle, Nusfjord, etc.)

GAME I LOVE: #Fields of Arle

GAME I THINK IS UNDERAPPRECIATED: #Notre Dame

GAME I DISLIKE THE MOST: #Battlestar Galactica (I know, I know... let the ridicule begin)

GAME I THINK IS OVERRATED: #Tapestry (again, I'm sure people will hate this answer)

GAME I CAN PLAY OVER AND OVER: anything by Uwe Rosenberg or Vital Lacerda

GAME I DON’T PLAY ENOUGH: #Brass: Birmingham & #Brass: Lancashire

GAME THAT MADE ME FALL IN LOVE WITH GAMES: #Power Grid

GAME I WISH I MADE: #Dinosaur Island

GAME THAT CHANGED MY LIFE: #Terraforming Mars

GAME THAT SURPRISED ME: #Vindication

GUILTY PLEASURE GAME: #Too Many Poops and #Dutch Blitz

GAME I SHOULD HAVE PLAYED BY NOW BUT HAVEN'T: #Clans of Caledonia and #Paladins of the West Kingdom have been on my shelf of shame for too long

Alexander Pfister. All the games I’ve played by him have been fantastic. Second place? Probably Uwe Rosenberg.

Uwe Rosenberg, second choice Jeroen Doumen. 

I really like Uwe Rosenberg's heavier games.