Rating: 7.5 Very Good
Popularity:7
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:1989
Players: 2-6 players
Playing time: 30 minutes
Age:12+

Created by: Wolfgang Riedesser, Ingrid Berner, Eckhard Freytag, Thomas Thiemeyer

Published by: Asmodee, Cafe Games, Grow Jogos e Brinquedos

Alternate Names: Ave César, Avé César, Ave Cesare, Q-Jet 21xx, アベ・カエサル

Description:

Set in a Roman Coliseum, players use cards to move their chariots around a quasi-variable track. The track itself has bottlenecks and lane-changing restrictions, which make the race interesting for the racers (very similar to Detroit-Cleveland Grand Prix or Daytona 500).

Players are required to race three laps, and they must stop to 'Hail Caesar' before they can finish (a pit stop). The game is light, but if you waste too many moves taking the longer, outside-routes on corners, you may not have enough movement to finish the race.

Later, the game was revamped into Ausgebremst, with the most notable changes being modular boards and options to reduce the luck.

The new Cafe Games/Pro Ludo edition has only 2 different tracks compared to the Ravensburger edition with 2 track variants on both sides of the board.

Prices:
Retail Price:$136
Amazon:$228
Expansions:
Ave Caesar: Kurs 1
Awards:
Japan Boardgame Prize Best Japanese Game Winner 2005
Japan Boardgame Prize Best Japanese Game Nominee 2005
Årets Spel Best Family Game Winner 1989

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