Habeamus | 1492, Rome: A card game for ending 2-4 friendships
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Habeamus

Rob the rich, give to yourself.

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We are now live on Kickstarter with our campaign. 

– The Game-

2-4 Players, 45 mins, 14+ years

It is 1492. Sunday afternoon. Tea time. Pope Innocent VIII has died and the rich families of Rome position themselves in a strive for power. You are the chosen son of one of these families placed in a hideous battle to gain influence by amassing riches. Can you outcompete the sons of the other – the lesser – families?

“It’s a great game about money, power and old men!”

– Joe Cotton Eye –

“It’s a great game about money, power and old men!”

– Joe Cotton Eye –

“It’s a great game about money, power and old men!”

– Joe Cotton Eye –

“It’s a great game about money, power and old men!”

– Joe Cotton Eye –

– How to Play –

Habeamus is a game about intrigue and influence. All players try to amass as much money for their family as possible, for the richest one will have most influence over Rome. Being elected the new Pope can certainly help in this endeavour. Bribe your way to the Holy See and receive a generous Papal Salary. Whatever your strategy is, always remember:

Money rules the world

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-What’s next?-

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