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Imperial is a German-style board game designed by Mac Gerdts in which the object is to accumulate wealth in the form of bond holdings in successful countries and cash. Players take on the role of international financiers who purchase government bonds in the six pre-World War I empires of Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and Russia. The principal bondholder of a nation gains control of its government and can order importation or production of armaments and ships; maneuvering of military units; construction of factories; and taxation. During play, an investor card is passed around which allows the purchase of additional bonds. A rondel – a wheel-shaped game mechanism with eight different options – is used to determine the options available to a country. The game box st

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  • Imperial ist ein 2006 beim in Kooperation mit eggertspiele erschienenes Strategiespiel von Walther "Mac" Gerdts für 2 bis 6 Spieler. Die Illustrationen stammen von .
  • Imperial är ett brädspel av Mac Gerdts från 2006, för 2-6 spelare. Varje spelare tar rollen av en investerare som köper andelar i de olika europeiska nationer som finns i spelet. Den som vid varje tillfälle äger störst andel i en nation har kontroll över denna. Eftersom kontrollen över de olika nationerna hela tiden skiftar är spelet dynamiskt och komplext. Imperial följdes av Imperial 2030, från år 2009.
  • Imperial is a German-style board game designed by Mac Gerdts in which the object is to accumulate wealth in the form of bond holdings in successful countries and cash. Players take on the role of international financiers who purchase government bonds in the six pre-World War I empires of Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and Russia. The principal bondholder of a nation gains control of its government and can order importation or production of armaments and ships; maneuvering of military units; construction of factories; and taxation. During play, an investor card is passed around which allows the purchase of additional bonds. A rondel – a wheel-shaped game mechanism with eight different options – is used to determine the options available to a country. The game box st
  • Imperial è un gioco da tavolo in stile tedesco di Mac Gerdts pubblicato nel 2006 da PD-Verlag. Scopo del gioco è guadagnare denaro attraverso la speculazione dei titoli obbligazionari (bond) delle diverse potenze. I giocatori assumono il ruolo di finanzieri internazionali che acquistano i bond delle sei grandi potenze nel contesto storico della Grande Guerra: Austria-Ungheria, Italia, Francia, Regno Unito, Germania e Russia. L'obbligazionista principale di una nazione ne assume il controllo e ne comanda la costruzione di Fabbriche, la produzione, l'importazione e lo spostamento di armate e navi, nonché la tassazione. Durante la partita passa di mano in mano una carta Investimento che permette l'acquisto di ulteriori bond. Per determinare le varie opzioni disponibili per una data nazione se
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