Conquest of The Empire

Conquest of the Empire is a board game created in 1984 by Milton Bradley and re-released in the summer of 2005 by Eagle Games, designed by Glenn Drover. Part of the Gamemaster series, Conquest of the Empire is very similar to the popular Axis & Allies of the same series. That may be because it was designed by the same designer, Larry Harris. A military strategy game set in the Roman Empire after the death of Marcus Aurelius, 2 to 6 players pit their armies against each other in an attempt to become the ruler of Rome. The original MB game is out of print and now very highly prized by collectors.

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