The Manhattan Project

This coming Monday 29th of April at Lunch time, Jean Lapeyrere (2333) will present The Manhattan Project in the Hobby Room.

manhattanEach player represents a country trying to develop  nuclear bombs. When a player builds a nuclear bomb, he scores points. The first one to reach 60 points wins. So it’s a race game with a rather long playing time, close to 2 hours.

Please contact Jean if you want  to reserve a place in the game for you.

From BoardGameGeek:

From the back of the box:

Global Power Struggle Begins
Which nation will take the lead and become world’s dominant superpower?

The Manhattan Project makes you the leader of a great nation’s atomic weapons program in a deadly race to build bigger and better bombs. You must assign your workers to multiple projects: building your bomb-making infrastructure, expending your military to protect it, or sending your spies to steal your rival’s hard work!

You alone control your nation’s destiny. You choose when to send out your workers–and when to call them back. Careful management and superior strategy will determine the winner of this struggle. So take charge and secure your nation’s future!

Additional description:

The Manhattan Project is a low-luck, mostly open information efficiency game in which players compete to build and operate the most effective atomic bomb program. Players do not “nuke” each other, but conventional air strikes are allowed against facilities.

The game features worker placement with a twist; There are no rounds and no end-of-round administration. Players retrieve their workers when they choose to or are forced to (by running out).

An espionage action allows a player to activate and block an opponent’s building, representing technology theft and sabotage.

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4 responses to “The Manhattan Project

  1. By the way, if the Hobby Room is occupied, then we’ll play in the Amicale Committee Room (3rd floor, past the Video Club)

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