|Manufacturer's Suggested Maximum Weight||2.02 Kilograms|
|Number of Game Players||4|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||19 September 2018|
|Mfg Recommended age||14 - 99 years|
|Item Model Number||ROX402|
|Product Dimensions||29.85 x 4.88 x 29.85 cm; 1.36 Kilograms|
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Roxley Games Passport Games Current Edition Brass Birmingham Board Game
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- Brass: Birmingham is a finely brewed sequel to one of history's most industrial economic games. It offers a very different story arc and experience from its predecessor. Many of the tried and true strategies of the original are no longer as powerful as they once were, and other interesting new strategies are waiting for you to discover
- 2-4 Players
- Ages 14+
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Brass: Birmingham is an economic strategy game sequel to Martin Wallace' 2007 masterpiece, Brass. Birmingham tells the story of competing entrepreneurs in Birmingham during the industrial revolution, between the years of 1770-1870.
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Sometimes you think twice about paying so much for a board game, but I think this will really give the distance.
You can play the game in halves if you want a quick fix, or go the whole hog and play the full 2 eras of canal and railway.
This game is what I would call a tycoon game, plenty of twists and turns and quite a bit of luck involved in the card turn base.
It is a complicated game when first starting and the set up is half of the fun and takes a while to get your head around.
Great instructions and many videos online to help you and watch. Lovely pieces and feels quality and once you play you wont worry about the price tag.
Living in the UK (midlands) this game has a great local feeling and sense of history.
The concepts in the game are enough to be interesting and challenging, but also easy enough to understand. I was able to learn and win the first game I played with seasoned professionals :)
I play this with my teenage son. It is not a family game as it is too difficult for younger players but is accessible to a wide range of ages.