Rome ne s'est pas construite en un jour, mais Triumph propose de dominer la Méditerranée jusqu'à ce que vous deveniez empereur

Rome wasn’t built in a day, but Triumph offers to dominate the Mediterranean until you become emperor

A good conquest title can turn into an intense gaming session where you have to precisely measure each movement. This is the spirit you want to bring to your living room. Triumph the new title from publisher Phalanx which can now be financed via Kickstarter.

The campaign on the green platform asks for 29,308 euros, of which more than 52,000 euros have already been raised, the project is therefore a success and can only continue to grow until its completion on February 15. Raymond de Maria and Valdemar Gumienny are the designers of the work, while the classic visual style is by Polish artist Bartek Jędrzejewski.

The games are designed to be played by groups of two to five people and it’s best to set aside between an hour and 90 minutes to get the full experience. don’t hide Triumph at no time their intentions, since the idea is to transform the Roman Republic from a small town into a colossal empire ruled by a noble family .

It will be necessary to compete with direct rivals and against external enemies to protect the provinces of Rome, whether politically or militarily. The Kickstarter edition, at 58 euros, includes the mosaic-shaped board, which you can consult, and the different sets of cards used to obtain the positions of consuls, praetors and censors. All this serves to gain customers, gold and entire legions of soldiers at your service.

However, the Deluxe edition at 105 euros is much juicier, because it includes dioramas like that of a Roman market and wooden figures to represent the armies. Additionally, both editions receive the Gods of Rome expansion, exclusive to Kickstarter and completely free. It must be taken into account that the shipping costs for Spain and other territories of the European Union, except the United Kingdom, are 30.46 euros.

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