Planning and puzzling will gain you victory. I was surprised how much I like this game; perhaps the moving mechanic is a part of the reason, as you move by coordinates using two dice to determine how much you move up and down an X and Y axle to finally place the corner stones of your corporations.
Got the Brussels / Bruxelles version, once won in a chess tournament (must have been early 1988).
Pretty oldfashioned game, in which you move each of your two pawns 1, 2 or 3 spaces around the board, placing or removing parts of a logo. Very luck based, but still a bit interesting in where to start your logo given the started ones of your opponents.
The board itself pictures a city street map, which is a nice feature. If I remember well, next to Brugge, Brussel, Hasselt, Mechelen, Namur, Oostende & Turnhout, there were also versions of Antwerpen, Gent, Liège & Leuven. And probably even more.
After 30 minutes of extremely boring dice throwing we gave up and finished. In a 2-player game we completed 3 (out of 5) corporations. I think that we needed another half an hour to finish. But with 4 players... This game is impossible to finish. Noone will ever make the end game condition.