Brass: Lancashire

Martin Wallace's original masterpiece; the famous industrial revolution strategy game.

$115.00 - In stock

$94.00 - In stock

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Overview

Brass: Lancashire tells the story of competing entrepreneurs in Lancashire and the surrounding area during England's Industrial Revolution, between the years 1770-1870.

2-4 Players
14+ Ages
60-120 Minutes

Brass: Lancashire is a competitive, heavy weight, hand management, network building, economic game.

3D Rendering of components

Features

Brass: Lancashire features a deceptively straightforward rule set which creates interesting gameplay dynamics including a highly innovative variable turn order system and robust gift economy.

This original masterpiece was first published in 2008 and is widely regarded as one of the deepest, most replayable economic games every designed.

Brass: Lancashire features meticulously crafted illustrations by Damien Mammoliti and Mr. Cuddington, elegant graphic design, and high quality components.

  • Martin Wallace's original masterpiece
  • As one of the top 20 highest rated board games on boardgamegeek.com, Brass: Lancashire is widely regarded as one of the deepest, most replayable economic games ever designed
  • Tweaked rule set and balance
  • Improved 2 & 3 player rules provide an experience more consistent games of 4 players
  • New high quality components including 4 player mats

Deluxe Edition

In the Deluxe Edition of the Brass Lancashire, you will receive a set of 78 Iron Clays Game Counters to replace the chitboard money tokens.  Other features include a custom storage tray and black dyed chitboard for all tiles and tokens.


Game Design: Martin Wallace
Art & Graphic Design: Damien Mammoliti, Mr. Cuddington

UPC: 9781988884011 • Product Code: ROX403
UPC: 9781988884028 • Product Code: ROX401


Components

  • 1 x Rulebook
  • 1 x Gameboard
  • 4 x Player mats
  • 4 x Character tiles
  • 56 x Link tiles
  • 12 x Distant cotton market tiles
  • 70 x Cards
  • 4 x VP markers
  • 4 x Income markers
  • 24 x Black coal cubes
  • 1 x Distant cotton market marker
  • 16 x Orange iron cubes
  • 78 x Iron Clays (Deluxe Only)
  • 77x Money tokens (Retail Only)
  • 148 x Industry tiles
  • 1 x Deck tile

How to play

Join Rodney Smith of Watch It Played, as he walks you through the major differences between Brass: Birmingham and Brass: Lancashire.
Duration: 10m YouTube Link: Click Here