I designed an award-winning board game!
Wars of Marcus Aurelius is a single-player game set during the reign of the great philosopher-emperor. The game was extensively researched for historical flavor and accuracy and provides a dramatic account of Rome's bloody and intractable wars along the Danube frontier.
You can purchase it directly from the publisher here:
In Canada, the game is available at Board Game Bliss
Game design: Robert DeLeskie
Map Art: Ilya Kudriashov
Unit Illustrations: Gonzalo Santacruz
Hex number: 27
Duration: 90 minutes
Players: 1
Solitaire Suitability: High
Weight: Medium
Theme: Ancients
MSRP: $45.00
170CE. Plague ravages the Empire. With the Legions depleted by disease and spread thin across the endless frontier, opportunistic Germanic tribes and fierce Sarmatian raiders strike across the Danube deep into Imperial territory. To face this threat, the Emperor Marcus Aurelius, an untested commander who has never set foot outside of Italy, must transform himself from an introspective philosopher into a cunning warrior and fearless leader.
This debut game from filmmaker and designer Robert DeLeskie was created for BoardGameGeek's annual Wargame PNP Contest, where it was crowned the Overall Winner. Additionally it won all but one of the other categories in which it competed, including Best Rules, Most Original Concept, Best Solitaire Game, Best Strategic Scale Game, and Best Short/Quick/Small Game.
Working with Hollandspiele's development team and playtesters, Mr. DeLeskie has expanded upon his original design, resulting in a richer and more varied decision space that rewards repeated plays and multiple strategies.
(1) 22" x 17" mapsheet
(54) 3/4" counters
100 cards in two decks
12 page Rulebook
(2) six-sided dice
More information at boardgamegeek.com

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