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Brass is a board game set in Lancashire, England during the Industrial Revolution. It was developed by Martin Wallace. The object is to build mines, cotton factories, ports, canals and rail links, and establish trade routes, all of which will be used to score points. The game is divided into two historical periods: the canal period and the rail period. Victory points are scored at the end of each. Depending on the card the players draw, they will be limited in their choices.

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  • Brass is a board game set in Lancashire, England during the Industrial Revolution. It was developed by Martin Wallace. The object is to build mines, cotton factories, ports, canals and rail links, and establish trade routes, all of which will be used to score points. The game is divided into two historical periods: the canal period and the rail period. Victory points are scored at the end of each. Depending on the card the players draw, they will be limited in their choices.
  • Brass ist ein Brettspiel von Martin Wallace, das thematisch im England der Industriellen Revolution angesiedelt ist. Ziel des Spiels ist es, durch den Bau von Kohleminen, Baumwollfabriken, Häfen, Schiffswerften, Kanälen und Eisenbahnstrecken die meisten Siegpunkte zu erhalten. Das Spiel erstreckt sich über zwei historische Perioden (Kanal- und Eisenbahnära). Die Aktionen, die dem Spieler zur Verfügung stehen, werden über einen Kartenmechanismus bestimmt.
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  • Brass is a board game set in Lancashire, England during the Industrial Revolution. It was developed by Martin Wallace. The object is to build mines, cotton factories, ports, canals and rail links, and establish trade routes, all of which will be used to score points. The game is divided into two historical periods: the canal period and the rail period. Victory points are scored at the end of each. Depending on the card the players draw, they will be limited in their choices.
  • Brass ist ein Brettspiel von Martin Wallace, das thematisch im England der Industriellen Revolution angesiedelt ist. Ziel des Spiels ist es, durch den Bau von Kohleminen, Baumwollfabriken, Häfen, Schiffswerften, Kanälen und Eisenbahnstrecken die meisten Siegpunkte zu erhalten. Das Spiel erstreckt sich über zwei historische Perioden (Kanal- und Eisenbahnära). Die Aktionen, die dem Spieler zur Verfügung stehen, werden über einen Kartenmechanismus bestimmt.
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