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Brass Lancashire

79.99

2–4 Players
60–120 Min
Age: 14+
Complexity: 3.86 / 5

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Brass: Lancashire, commonly known as Brass, is a strategic economic board game designed by Martin Wallace. It is set during the Industrial Revolution in Lancashire, England, and focuses on players building and managing their industrial networks.

In Brass: Lancashire, players compete to build profitable industries, establish connections through canals and railways, and sell goods to generate income. The game is played over two eras: the canal era and the rail era. Each era has its own set of unique rules and challenges.

During the game, players take turns performing actions such as building industries, developing infrastructure, selling goods, and taking loans. The gameplay involves careful planning, resource management, and strategic decision-making. Players must assess market demands, manage their money, and optimize their industrial networks to gain the most points and become the most successful industrialist.

The game features a dynamic market mechanism, where the demand for different types of goods fluctuates based on players’ actions. This creates a competitive environment as players strive to fulfill the changing demands and outmaneuver their opponents.

Brass: Lancashire is known for its depth of gameplay, historical theme, and strategic complexity. It offers a challenging and engaging experience for enthusiasts of economic and strategic board games. The game’s high level of player interaction, elegant mechanics, and historical flavor make it a popular choice among gamers who enjoy immersive and thought-provoking gameplay.

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