Brass: Lancashire is an economic strategy game that tells the story of competing entrepreneurs in Lancashire during the Industrial Revolution.
is an economic strategy game that tells the story of competing entrepreneurs in Lancashire during the Industrial Revolution. You must develop, build and establish your industries and network to meet the demand for iron, coal and cotton.
The tray represents a map of England during its industrial revolution. The cities present can accommodate certain types of plants. Each player has a personal set of factory tiles (coal mine, steel mill, cotton mill, port and shipyard) and a hand of 8 factory cards. He can play 2 per turn. It is also necessary to link cities together. To do this, during the first half of the game you will use channels and then during the second half of the game you will gradually replace them with railways.
In Brass: Lancashire, victory points correspond to industrialization, canals and rails bring victory points. While factories earn points only when they can produce and mines only when they can transport extracted resources to the factories. To win the game, score the most victory points, which are counted at the end of each phase.
|Mechanism(s)||Pick and delivery, Combination|
|Artist||Damien Mammoliti, David Forest, Lina Cossette|
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