Some of the known games introduced by Euro Games are the following:
One of the games published by EuroGames is Mare Nostrum which happens to be a board game for 3 to 5 players, designed by Serge Laget and published in 2003 by EuroGames. It was also the name of a 1983 board game in the Fronte Mare series.
Formula Dé is a board game that is just like formula racing (CART, F1 and IRL). It is for two to ten players. It was designed by Eric Randall and Laurent Lavaur and was published by Ludodélire. The rights to the game passed to EuroGames/Descartes Editeur with the collapse of Ludodélire, who in turn were acquired by Asmodée Éditions. Although the game is currently out of print, Asmodée have announced their intention to republish the game by the end of 2006.
Vinci is a board game designed by Philippe Keyaerts. It resembles a diceless variant of Risk with variable special abilities and an original decline mechanic, and is also similar in some ways to History of the World. The game's name, pronounced "Vinki", means "to be conquered" in Latin.
Evo is a German-style board game for three to five players, designed by Philippe Keyaerts and published by Euro Games. The game won the GAMES Magazine award for Game of the year 2002 and was nominated for the Origins Award for Best Graphic Presentation of a Board Game 2000.
Another name given to the sports as EuroGames is a gay and lesbian sporting event that takes place in Europe. It is hosted by the license of the European Gay and Lesbian Sport Federation and organized by more than one member club federation. These EuroGames are officially called as the European Gay and Lesbian Multi-Sports Championships which allows contestants to participate despite of their ages, gender, physical abilities and secual identity. These games are a two day event, Big EuroGames are organized in the same year as Olympic Games, while small EuroGames since 2001 are being organized in odd years with 1,500 participants and seven sports included in the event. However changes are expected in the future. The recent small EuroGames 2005 had 3,000 participants, nine sports and lasted for three days turning this small EuroGames event in to the biggest sporting occasion.
These EuroGames sporting event are one of the ways to bring out the talent and skills of the participants from all around the world. To watch these events people fly in to the hosting country to enjoy the sporty atmosphere and athletes full of spirit and enthusiasm.