Travel back in time to the days of the Roman Senate, in this 18 card family microgame.

Ludus Senatus, designed by Brian Compter,  takes its inspiration from the Roman Senate. Players control a tableau of three cards and take turns either revealing one of their cards and performing the actions listed on it or placing a card in the middle of the table and drawing a new card face-down to their tableau. When the center of the table fills up with the appropriate amount of cards each player checks the votes on their cards and compares them to the votes in the middle of the table. If the majority of their votes matches the majority of votes in the middle than the player scores points.

Ludus Sentaus will be out soon from Concrete Canoe Games after having a successful Kickstarter. This is a black and white print-and-play.



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