Roll the dice, as in ancient Rome, trying to form the highest possible Roman numerals. But know when to stop in time: "Alea jacta est"; the dice may no longer form a valid Roman number, which would immediately end your turn. Moreover, you must write your results in ascending order on the score sheet! Fortunately, a few Action cards will help you out of a bad situation. The first player to have registered 7 numbers ends the game, the player with the most points wins!
Veni, vidi, it's fine, but vici... it's not won!
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|Release Date||May 2016|
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|Size||5.16 x 5.16 x 1.61 inches|
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|Designers||David ParlettJohannes Krenner|
|Type of public||Family|