The best games set in the city of Rome in Italy 🇮🇹 2024

Looking for a good game set in the city of Rome in Lazio, Italy 🇮🇹? We have created a list of the best games 2024 that play in Rome.

What are games set in Rome, Italy?

In this list you will find games, expansions, promos, etc. that thematically or playfully focus on the city of Rome.

For games set in ancient Rome we have created a separate list: games set in ancient Rome.

Examples of games set in the city of Rome in Latium, Italy:

A good example of a game set in Rome is Fall of Rome.

list with the best games 2024 set in the city of Rome in Lazio, Italy 🇮🇹

This list was last updated on May 13, 2024. We compared 23 board games for this list and selected the top 8. There's also a print version for this list.
  1. Caper: Europe

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    Caper: Europe thrusts players into the heart of a high-stakes game of thievery and strategy, set against the backdrop of Europe's most iconic locations. As rival criminal masterminds, players draft a crew of skilled thieves, dispatch them across the continent, and equip them with various gear to pull off daring heists. The challenge lies in outsmarting your opponent by efficiently managing your resources, controlling key locations, and securing valuable stolen goods. With only six rounds to enact your master plan, the pressure is on to be the most cunning and successful mastermind.

    Nominated for 2 awards.

    More details for Caper: Europe
    • 2 Players
    • 25 - 35 Minutes
    • 10+ years old
    • Easy to learn
  2. Fall of Rome

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    Pandemic: Fall of Rome is a unique cooperative board game that blends the classic gameplay of Pandemic with the historical setting of the Roman Empire's decline. In this game, players work together as citizens, soldiers, and allies of Rome, tasked with defending the empire against various barbarian tribes like the Anglo-Saxons, Goths, Vandals, and Huns. The game requires players to strategically recruit armies, fortify cities, and forge alliances to halt the onslaught of invaders.

    Nominated for 2 awards and won 1.

    More details for Fall of Rome
    • 1 - 5 Players
    • 45 - 60 Minutes
    • 8+ years old
    • Easy to learn
  3. Glory to Rome

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    Glory to Rome transports players back to 64 A.D., where they take on the role of architects and planners aiding Emperor Nero in rebuilding Rome after the great fire. This card-based game combines city building with resource management in a historically themed setting.

    Nominated for 6 awards and won 2.

    More details for Glory to Rome
    • 2 - 5 Players
    • 60 Minutes
    • 12+ years old
    • Medium difficulty
  4. Roma

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    Roma is a strategic card and dice game set in ancient Rome, amidst a backdrop of political turmoil and power struggles. Players must cleverly use a variety of powerful cards, like the Tower and Praetorian Guard for defense or the Consul and Tribune for more subtle maneuvers, to gain the upper hand. The game is uniquely driven by a combination of card placement and dice rolling. Cards are placed at stations numbered 1-6, and players use dice rolled each turn to activate these stations and utilize the card effects for tactical advantage. These effects can manipulate gameplay, generate money, or grant victory points. The game ends when all victory points in play have been claimed, and the player with the most victory points emerges victorious. Additionally, Roma can be combined with its sequel, Arena: Roma II, for varied gameplay experiences.

    Nominated for 1 award.

    More details for Roma
    • 2 Players
    • 45 Minutes
    • 8+ years old
    • Easy to learn

    Video reviews for Roma

    • YouTube Review for the game "Roma" by BoardGameGeek
      Video is in English
  5. Aqua Romana

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    Nominated for 2 awards.

    ⭐️ Nominated for Spiel des Jahres 2006

    More details for Aqua Romana
    • 2 - 4 Players
    • 45 - 60 Minutes
    • 8+ years old
    • Easy to learn
  6. Capitol

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    Nominated for 1 award.

    More details for Capitol
    • 2 - 4 Players
    • 60 Minutes
    • 10+ years old
    • Medium difficulty

    Video reviews for Capitol

    • YouTube Review for the game "Capitol" by BoardGameGeek
      Video is in English
  7. Rome: Rise to Power

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    • 2 - 4 Players
    • 60 Minutes
    • 13+ years old
    • Easy to learn
  8. Strada Romana

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    Nominated for 1 award and won 1.

    More details for Strada Romana
    • 2 - 5 Players
    • 45 Minutes
    • 8+ years old
    • Easy to learn

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