Cantaloop Book 1: Breaking into prison rocks! Ricarda plays purple, Sabine plays red.
Your feedback for Cantaloop Book1: Breaking into prison blew our socks off!
We really love to put the utmost joy into our games - for all of you! Still, we are so happy with all the positive feedback, posts and reviews on our first analog Paper Point’n Click adventure. Cantaloop Book 1: Breaking into prison by game designer Friedemann Findeisen exceeded our wildest expectations and was almost sold out within a few weeks.
If you haven’t been able to get hold of your personal copy, rest assured: We are working with high pressure on the next release! Or as Hook would put it: combine BOOK with PRINTING PRESS.
Additionally, we added new players to the Lookout team! Let them introduce themselves.
Hello, I am Ricarda.
As new project and product manager at Lookout Games, I've been happily pushing Meeples and emails around since joining the team. My home office today is in Berlin, but I grew up south in Ingolstadt.
Before joining the Asmodee family, I played and studied and studied what I played. In other words: I did my Master Degree in Game Studies and Engineering at the Alpen-Adria University. I've been supporting Sören in project management since March, so I'm deep in the middle of the Lookout range, under all those cards, boxes, emails and - sheep!
How would other players describe you?
I think they would first notice my euphoria at the beginning of each game night. Speaking of pure happiness: I play purple.
Hello, I am Sabine.
Lookout is publishing great games, as marketing manager I will take care the games find their way to you even more quickly in the future. You also need someone to answer questions that are not about the rules of the game. For example: When will Le Havre finally be released again?
My expertise is in marketing & events, I launched organic brands for retail and organized eco-friendly business events in Austria. For Lookout, I can now fully exploit my know-how and will play all cards. I live in the town of the Grand Austria Hotel with my family, a large pile of board games and an even larger pile of books.
What does a successful game night look like for you?
A large table, good-humored teammates, a few nice games, crisp puzzles and - sheep. And if you ask: I play red.