In Le Havre, a player’s turn consists of two parts: First, distribute newly supplied goods onto the offer spaces; then take an action. As an action, players may choose either to take all goods of one type from an offer space or to use one of the available buildings. Building actions allow players to upgrade goods, sell them or use them to build their own buildings and ships. Buildings are both an investment opportunity and a revenue stream, as players must pay an entry fee to use buildings that they do not own. Ships, on the other hand, are primarily used to provide the food that is needed to feed the workers.
After every seven turns, the round ends: players’ cattle and grain may multiply through a Harvest, and players must feed their workers. After a fixed number of rounds, each player may carry out one final action, and then the game ends. Players add the value of their buildings and ships to their cash reserves. The player who has amassed the largest fortune is the winner.
Le Havre was released by Lookout Games October 2008 in German and Australian English.
Player Mats for 6 players, yes more than needed but I could fit 6 on two A4s so why not. Had some trouble with colour accuracy so at least one of the blue/purple should be suitable.
Just to keep your tiles neat and organized so that other players can see how much of each resource you have.
Creds to ScorpionKing who inspired it. This is more or less an English version of theirs but with a bit higher image quality.
I mainly created this because I wanted a circular turn order. Makes it easier (slightly) to know who is next (separate from the player seat number on the round cards).
That still left enough space on a "letter" (8.5 x 11 inches) sized page to keep the offer spaces as well as the round cards.
The building proposals are essentially off the board anyway, I recommend laying them out side ways off the left side of this board.
For the ship cards, I recommend the pile(s) be placed to the right of the board.
This leaves enough room to pull or drag chits from an offer pile into ones personal supply. The face down stack of in play Special Buildings cards can go anywhere.
I didn't bother with any graphics, only appropriately (I hope) color coding the offer spaces.
Esta es una hoja de cálculo para Numbers (iPad/iPhone) para hacer el cálculo final de la puntuación. Tiene varias hojas según el número de jugadores (incluyo la versión reducida para 2 jugadores). Tiene los edificios normales y especiales que vienen en el juego. He añadido una linea especial para añadir la puntuación para los edificios de Le Grand Hameau y de las Essen Promo Cards (en este caso hay que hacer la cuenta de por separado de estos edificios e introducir el número en la hoja de cálculo, eran demasiadas lineas de más para lo que aparecen en el juego). El uso es sencillo, solo hay que marcar la casilla del edificio para el jugador propietario, la hoja tendrá en cuenta su valor y también el valor extra en caso de otras propiedades (por ejemplo el banco). En caso de prestamos...
These are instructions and graphics for building a set of storage boxes for Le Havre that fit nicely onto the board during gameplay and store evenly inside the box. The 5 Franc box is not strictly necessary, but without it, you would have an empty spot on the board and a not-quite-as-nice fit in the box.
• Self-Healing Cutting Mat!
• Sharp Knife - I like an Olfa rotary cutter for the long lines and a snap-off X-Acto knife for details.
• Cutting Ruler - I like the clear Omnigrid rulers.
• Printmaking brayer!
• Full Sheet Printable Labels
• Transparent Contact Paper
• Magazine Size Comic Book/Magazine Backer Boards
For the More Reasonable Reader
This method is rather involved and time-consuming, but it may be possible to build a lighter weight but easier...