Romans, Greeks, Egyptians and Carthaginians fought for control the Mediterranean basin. It is a game of strategy where two family teams compete. In Rome and Carthage, fighting operate without dice, but with cards. Players must manage their expenses of points and do not hesitate to bluff to deceive the opponent.
Beautifully illustrated by Vincent Dutrait, editing of Rome and Carthage in 2012 experiencing a growing success. Critically acclaimed games Faidutti Bruno said in its release: "Rome and Carthage is a great subtle, simple, elegant and fast."