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Marco Donadoni was born on 8 November, 1951 in Milan, Italy, is an Italian game designer.

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Age69 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Born8 November 1951
Birthday8 November
BirthplaceMilan, Italy

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Marco Alberto Donadoni (born in Milan, 8 November 1951) is an Italian game designer. He designed his first, self-produced wargame, Iliad, in 1977; he then joined the Italian company International Team (IT), that at the time was mainly a jigsaw puzzle producer. IT published Iliad and changed its core business, focusing on the wargame market, with Donadoni being its main game designer. Between the late 1970s and the early 1980s, Donadoni created a number of games for IT, some of which, like Zargo’s Lords and Kroll & Prumni, were very successful and largely contributed to popularize wargaming in Italy and other European countries, such as France. Angelo Porazzi, designer of Warangel (one of the most popular Italian wargames of recent years) has often cited Donadoni’s work as one of his major sources of inspiration. Donadoni remained as IT’s main game designer until the company went bankrupt in the late 1980s, designing more than a hundred games. After that, he collaborated with several other major Italian game companies such as Editrice Piccoli, Editrice Giochi and others.