About us

Olivier Davin
Gael Dod
Julien Espaze
Project Manager
François Diot

The exceptional illustrations of the Identity Pursuit universe are created by the artist Gael Dod.
The design and development of the game is conceived in partnership with “Team Kaedama” – France, professional authors specialized in board games:

Antoine Bauza
Corentin Lebrat
Ludovic Maublanc
Théo Rivière

The idea for Identity Pursuit was originally conceived after Olivier Davin read a book by author Caroline Myss called Sacred Contracts.

He became intrigued by a simple thought that would soon grow into a full-blown quest: How can this rich and marvellous ancient wisdom about archetypes be spread around the world to reach the greatest audience possible?

You can discover more about a person in one hour of play than in a year of conversation.


The idea of a game began to make the most sense to him, perhaps reflecting early on a truth that Plato once remarked about. Enrolling in the project Igor Davin and Régine Montaut, the trio developed several prototypes. 

The next challenge – how to enhance the game to best serve its vision – would eventually capture the imaginations and the skills of many talented people around the globe, including writers, designers, artists, teachers, business professionals and therapists.

Identity Pursuit:



Love who you are

Identity Pursuit’s archetype is the Alchemist, the symbol of Transformation, … a true magical process.

The Mission of Identity Pursuit is to create fun and captivating products, as an invitation to know and understand each other better and our position in the world.

Having fun, openness, social understanding, growth of knowledge, non-judgement, are some of the essential pillars.

Each product created by Identity Pursuit is aimed at:

  • Enhancing one’s self-knowledge through the use of archetypes,
  • Being fully aware of one’s own singularity,
  • Leading to genuine and authentic communication exchanges,
  • Facilitating connections,
  • Suggesting a playful, rich and inspiring framework.

Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.


To know oneself is one of the most difficult things.


We carry within us the wonders we seek without us.

Sir Thomas Browne

Knowing others is wisdom, knowing yourself is enlightenment.

Lao Tseu