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Rule the Assyrian Empire as Queen Sammu-ramat from Publisher ION Game Design

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Board Game: Sammu-ramat

ION Game Design, publisher of board games such as Pax Transhumanity and High Frontier, has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Gamefound for Sammu-ramat an upcoming cooperative game for 1 - 5 players. Designed by Besime Uyanik and featuring illustrations by Madeleine Fjäll, Sammu-ramat tells the tale of the titular empress who ruled the Assyrian Empire between 811 BC - 808 BC as described by the publisher:

“Sammu-ramat is a cooperative game set in the Near East 800 BC. She was a wonder of a woman, ruling a large empire in turmoil, navigating it into a period of prosperity. But a great leader needs great Advisors. As Sammu-ramats Advisors, your mission in each game you play is to assist her through one of the many challenges that she encountered during her reign. This challenge is presented to you as a scenario, found on an Empire card that you draw during setup. Apart from completing the scenario, players need to make sure that the Empire is stable and that Queen Sammu-ramat is safe.

Are you ready to start your adventure in the Assyrian Empire, almost 3000 years ago?

Vision: The designer Besime Uyanik's vision is to spread the knowledge of Sammu-ramat, nuance the image of the Assyrian Empire and highlight a strong female leader. Sammu-ramat continues Ion Game Design’s strong line of history-focused thematic games, giving life to the story with game mechanics and illustrations.”

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Image: ION Game Design

Source: Gamefound
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