At the fair, "Spiel08" in eating the Lookout publisher is not just a new game, "Le Havre" by Uwe Rosenberg has brought to market, but fewer than twelve additional special building cards. The cards were issued to purchase one or more Lookoutgames games as a promotional booth.
These buildings are mixed in the special building maps of the base game. After that, the new cards randomly come into play. The maps are toilets, workers' estate, construction, lumber camps, MS Dagmar, pawn shops, pirates nest, scrap yard, dive, picketing, Tabakmanufraktur, cattle drive.
Although the cards bring a welcome change in the game, but fall only important if you play the game often. Enlargement is an opportunity for players barely noticeable as you play a few games anyway just need to know the cards. Otherwise, as always, a really great extension of Lookout Games, which makes looking forward to the next show, because the publisher is known for its many extensions and add-on cards so well known.
After Agricola Uwe Rosenberg has published in Lookoutgames publishing another challenging tactical strategy game. This time the scene is the harbor of northern French port city of Le Havre, with all kinds of goods traded in the building and its infrastructure must be upgraded constantly.
The game takes place in the number of players matched rounds, every single one of the trains exactly 7. In each turn, train the player performs two actions that are either actions or activities in a supply of buildings situated in the harbor. In addition, he can always sell it to building or debentures, as well as single-or trigger.
The basic problem to be solved is, as with Agricola, the supply of (imaginary) longshoremen. The need increases with each round and you are, if you do not choose the right strategy to rapidly exclusively busy to get to Nahrungemittel. Read more »