Rating: 7 Good
Popularity:55
Difficulty:Medium
Year:2008
Players: 1-5 players
Playing time: 100-200 minutes
Age:12+

Created by: Uwe Rosenberg, Klemens Franz

Published by: Lookout Games, 999 Games, Filosofia Éditions

Alternate Names: ル・アーブル, 港都情濃, 르 아브르

Description:

Le Havre is a economic city development board game where the players are attempting to acquire and refine goods to ship off. The game takes place in the harbour of Le Havre, a French city.

Each turn, goods are first added to various offer spaces. The goods are used either to feed the community, to construct buildings and ships or to be processed in one of the 33 buildings. Here, the goods are upgraded into finished products which players can sell.

There are 5 types of buildings: craftsman's buildings, economic buildings, industrial buildings, public buildings and non-buildings. They are all a good investment and a revenue stream, but ships provide necessary food that is needed to feed the workers.

Wood, clay and iron are building resources while fish, grain and cattle are used as food.

The game is played for a set number of rounds and at the end, the player with the greatest net wealth is the winner.

Prices:
Retail Price:$94
Amazon:$75
Ebay:$159
Expansions:
Le Havre Expansion: Essen Promo Cards
Le Havre: Le Grand Hameau
Le Havre: Le Grand Hameau – Rattletrap car
Le Havre: Le Grand Hameau – Tablet with App
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Awards:
Ludoteca Ideale Official Selection Winner 2011
Lys Passioné Finalist 2010
Japan Boardgame Prize Voters' Selection Nominee 2010
Games Magazine Best New Advanced Strategy Game Winner 2010
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