Brass

Brass
Code: BRASS

Brass is set in 18th century Lancashire at the beginning of what would eventually be called the Industrial Revolution. It starts at the beginning of the Canal Age and ends after the development of railways. Players take the roles of entrepreneurs attempting to make the most money from the various industries of the time. Cotton dominates the game but players ignore the other industries such as coal mining and engineering at their peril. Note: While the rules have been rewritten for clarification in this 2nd printing, game play has not changed.
 
Players2 to 4
Age12 and up
Time120 minutes
Designer(s)Martin Wallace
PublisherFRED (Eagle)

Weight1440 gm

Your PriceMYR225.00
Retail PriceMYR279.00
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