Aqua Romana
Average rating 7.00 BGG average rating 6.33
Last played 22-Oct-2005 Players 2 - 4
Total plays 1 Designer Martin Schlegel
Weight 3 Year 0
Playing Time 60 mins BGG Entry BoardGameGeek

Player # plays # wins Average rating Last played
Andy 1 1 7.00 22-Oct-2005
Oggie 1 0 7.00 22-Oct-2005
Paul 1 0 7.00 22-Oct-2005
Tel 1 0 7.00 22-Oct-2005

 
Loosely translated from the website:br/The citizens of the early Roman empire lack a substantial part of life: drinking water.br/br/Experienced architects and their workers take up the challenge and build the monumental Roman water system: the aqueducts.br/br/It's not always easy, since the architects need to oversee many building sites at one time. Therefore, not all water pipes can be completed.br/br/Plan ahead such that your workers build the longest aqueducts to earn the most fame at the end.br/br/Aqua Romana is a tile laying game for 2 to 4 players. During his turn a player can extend an aqueduct, close an aqueduct and earn points for closed aqueducts.br/br/To extend an aqueduct, the player chooses a worker and the corresponding architect, play the corresponding tile, move the workers forward and move the architect ahead.br/br/An aqueduct is closed when it ends at the side of the gameboard or a non-fitting neighboring tile.br/br/A closed aqueduct yields 1 point for every tile it is long. If an aqueduct crosses a tile for the second time, it yields two points.br/br/The game ends when no tile can be played for an entire round. Winner is the player with the most points.br/br/