“Chariots at the Circus”joakman
“Chariots at the Circus”
“Chariots at the Circus” teaches 85 Latin words. It features a board that resemble the Circus Maximus where chariot races were held. The tokens are little chariots, of course. The two main “selling points” of this game are: 1) you learn as you go along (many Latin games I have seen require you to know words already), and 2) all players play at the same time so that there is no “dead time” while players wait for their turn. Here is a sample list of words in this game: aqua, ambi, novus, omni, bellum, annus, nimbus, mare, crux, pulvis, scio, regina, rex, terra, semi, stella, multi, tardus, scriptum, ursa.