Le Havre

le havre game box cover front


Le Havre, named after the second-largest port in France, is a worker placement board game designed by Uwe Rosenberg (see also: Bohnanza and Agricola).

Every game is different, as players try to get their towns going, buying buildings, feeding the citizens, shipping goods, and building ships. As in Rosenberg's Agricola, there can never be enough turns to get done everything a player wants, so difficult choices have to be made. And, of course, all these choices have to be made around the plays of one's opponents.

Le Havre, a multiple award winner, is an engaging and addictive game.

  • 1 to 5 players
  • ages 12 and up
  • 150 minutes


© Karin Belanger 2016