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Le Havre (1st edition)   (View Game)
   Mat Thomsen

I like to joke that this game is just like Monopoly, you earn money by building and owning, most money wins. Now take Monopoly, remove the dice, add three more boards, 100 more properties, and a shipping line and you're close to Le Havre. What a great game!

Le Havre (1st edition)   (View Game)
   Dan
Very in depth use of a few of the agricola mechanisms. Like Agricola, it has replayability through the random use of only using a few cards of the many each game, which could change the game in many ways. Some Caylus aspects but in its own right, a different use of that same aspect.

Le Havre (1st edition)   (View Game)
   Dog
This excellent economic engine game by Uwe Rosenberg comes follows in series to Agricola, one of the top-rated board game of all time, and builds on the complexity and entertainment of its predecessor. It's a truly great game, most enjoyable for three or four players though scalable between one and five. Its only downfall is sheer length of play (I tend to prefer shorter games) with 2.5 to 4 hours being a reasonable expectation.

Le Havre (1st edition)   (View Game)
   Kieran
One of my favorite games for 2 to 4 people, lots of choices and decisions. Gameplay is very satisfying. Better implemented than Agricola.

Le Havre (1st edition)   (View Game)
   Jim
I like this game, it is very playable from 1 to 5. and every game I have played so far has been different. easy to learn. and has that eruo game feel to it.

 

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