Demoelâ (“have fun” in the Genoa dialect) is a cooperative society born from the combination of a passion for games and an awareness of social and cultural dynamics.
Demoelâ wants to convey the message that playing is a healthy and sustainable way for people to come together, and that games can be a useful way to promote messages of different kinds.
All of their games contain messages related to social issues or that promote the unique heritage of a city or region. They create games in a variety of complexity levels depending on the target audience for the game.
Demoelâ always relies on Post Scriptum for the production side of their games. Among their titles geared towards gamers, Zena 1814 and Radetzky – Milano 1848 are the most prominent stand-outs.