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Web of Power

Players: 3 – 5 players | Game Duration 50 – 60 mins | Min. Age 12+ | Game complexity: LOW

Genre: Historical, Territory Building

Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Web of Power about?

Players struggle for influence over regions of Europe by placing two different type of control markers, Monasteries and Advisors. Monasteries are the basic placement, with the goal of securing a majority in a region or chain of monasteries or even decent points from second place. The placement of the Advisors is more restricted as the total number of Advisors in a region is limited by the majority player’s number of monasteries. The game is played in two rounds and is very fast paced.

Online Play (turn-based)

Implemented bonus maps: China, Hellenia, Skandinavia, America, AD 850, Life on Mars, Big in Japan, Soviet Union (Against AI)

Re-implemented by:


Expanded by:

Web of Power: The Vatican
Web of Power: The Duel

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Awards Won by Web of Power

2001 Nederlandse Spellenprijs Nominee 2001 International Gamers Awards – General Strategy; Multi-player Nominee 2000 Spiel des Jahres Recommended

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