Brass: Birmingham

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Minimum Players:
2
Maximum Players:
4
Publisher's Age:
14+
OOTG Age:
14+
Playtime:
120 minutes
Difficulty:
Very Heavy
Year:
2018
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Brass: Birmingham

Brass: Birmingham is the stunning sequel to the original award winning game Brass: Lancashire. Players will compete to expand their empire by building and developing various industries including coal mines, cotton mills, iron works, manufacturers, breweries and potteries.

Transport links via canals and rails must be established in order for your business to succeed. Brass: Birmingham, like its predecessor, is split into two halves, the Canal era and the rail era. Players must evolve their industry and claim victory points at the end of each half. The winner is the player with the most points at the end of the second era.

Designed by Martin Wallace

Published by Roxley Games

Awards

2020 Gra Roku Game of the Year Winner
2020 Gra Roku Advanced Game of the Year Winner
2018 The Golden Elephant Award People's Choice Winner
2018 The Golden Elephant Award Best Heavy Board Game Winner
2018 Meeples' Choice Winner
2018 Golden Geek Best Strategy Board Game Winner
2018 Board Game Quest Awards Best Production Values Winner

Reviews of Brass: Birmingham

Aside from all the clever mechanics it is just such a satisfying game to play. Every single decision – not just from you but from everyone – is vital in the game, so you need to pay very close attention to what everyone else is doing. You can try and guess where they’ll go next so you don’t waste any turns, if you suspect the player after you will use your beer the moment you build your next brewery, maybe hold off one more turn and build up your network instead. It’s very complex and hurts my brain to play, but it’s such a thrilling puzzle I have loved it every time I’ve played it. - Read more at S vs J Board Games

Minimum Players:
2
Maximum Players:
4
Publisher's Age:
14+
OOTG Age:
14+
Playtime:
120 minutes
Difficulty:
Very Heavy
Year:
2018
  • 5
    Amazingly rewarding board gaming experience

    Posted by Sam W on 18th May 2021

    Not for the faint hearted but a truly memorable gaming experience. So steeped in the theme, the artwork and pieces are all very high quality. Complex, but amazing!