Le Havre (board game)

German Games Award 2009: 2nd place International Gamers Award 2009: Winner GS -MP As d' Or - Jeu de l' Année 2010: nominated Japan Boardgame Prize 2010: 4th place

Le Havre (named after the French port ) is a board game by Uwe Rosenberg for one to five players. The German -language edition was published in October 2008 by the publisher Lookout Games. The player has to build the task, buildings and ships. He has to invest economically, game make money and bring along food to ensure supply.

Similarities to other games

Similar to Agricola or Puerto Rico, players compete in each round to various action options. Moreover, there is relatively little interaction. Le Havre is aimed at advanced players. The playing time is 100 to 200 minutes. The game can be played collectively as well as individually.

Game material

  • 3 Fixtures
  • 110 game cards
  • 342 Trademarks
  • 78 money brands
  • 7 replenishment platelet
  • 16 food flakes
  • 1 First Player Token
  • 5 people stones from wood
  • 5 Ship stones from wood
  • 1 twelve-sided game rules
  • 1 Building Annex
  • From the 2nd edition: Le Grand Hameau enlargement

The Rosenberg - series

Inspired Le Havre by Agricola and Caylus, a game that was released in the fall of 2005. It is by Agricola, which was a year ago also published in Essen, the second complex game by Uwe Rosenberg.

More reactions

For the iOS platform, an adaptation of the board game was released in June 2012.