CONDITION NOTE: Box on used copy has some edge wear.
👤 Players: 3-5
⏰ Time: 120min
Perikles is a game from Martin Wallace. Players assume the role of a noble family seeking to become the leader of one or more of 6 ancient Greek city-states. The game plays out in two phases:
In the first, players vie for area control in each of the six states, which end in elections. Players who win the election in each state can then "control" that state's army.
In the second phase, players use cards to move their armies to attack or defend one of seven battles (each tied to a state, and you can't attack your own!) that are up for grabs that round.
The gameplay mechanic is straightforward, with elements drawn from other Euro-style wargames. What makes Perikles unique is the smooth integration of the area control/voting phase and the military phase.
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