History of The World (board Game)

History Of The World (board Game)

This article is about the board game. For a description of the world's history, see History of the world. For the Mel Brooks movie of similar name see History of the World, Part I.

History of the World (often abbreviated "HotW") is a board game designed by Gary Dicken and Steve Kendall, originally published in 1991 by Ragnar Brothers. It is played by up to six different players in seven different epochs; each player playing a different empire in each epoch.

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History Of The World (board Game) - Game Play - Epoch VII (1550 - 1914 AD)
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