Age of Steam: Greece and Cyclades is another pair of expansions for the Age of Steam board game, with new maps and new rules for each setting.
The Greece expansion is an expensive map to build on due to the mountains and Corinth's canal, and the capital Athens has more than a third of the people in the country. Due to the country's financial crisis, investment is extremely difficult and players have to pay more and more interest on the shares they've purchased.
The Cyclades expansion is an odd map with no hexes. Players will instead connect islands by placing their discs on the edges of squares or at their intersections. The Urbanization action allows a player to create new islands.