The game designer born in La Coruña, who recently won the award for best children's game in the Kinderspiel des Jahres contest, will attend the festival held on December 12th and 13th in Fabra i Coats
The DAU festival, organized by the Direcció de Creativitat i Innovació de l'Institut de Cultura de Barcelona and to be held on December 12th and 13th in Fabra i Coats, will celebrate its fourth edition with internationally renowned authors like Roberto Fraga. The Spanish-French author has extensive experience in the gaming world and recently won the award for best children's game in the Kinderspiel des Jahres 2015 contest, considered the most prestigious games competition in Europe, for his work "Fila Filo". This game, which will be presented at DAU, explains the history of the small spider Filo and his brothers, who spend the day hanging on the web, playing their favorite game: scarring and catching forest ants.
Roberto Fraga was born in 1960 in La Coruña, but has lived in France since childhood, where he currently resides with his wife and two daughters in the city of Saint-Malo. He has traveled to many places and worked as a long-distance trucker, sailor, political representative, diver and coastguard. Roberto Fraga has published 64 games over the 20 years he has dedicated to inventing and designing games. His games published in Spain are "Squad 7", "Robinetto", "Crazy Rings", "Yoko-Yoko", "Dancing eggs", "Trotofant", "The Treasure of the jungle", "Who has my crown?" "At full Throttle! (St. Robert)”, "Kellbazar", "Kellbazar Junior", "Rapidcroco", "Said and done!", "Digger", "River Dragons", "Shrimp" or "Super Comics", among others. DAU festival director, Oriol Comas, defines Roberto Fraga as "an author with a great mind who creates very different games."
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