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Release date: 2017
Brass is a digital adaptation of highly acclaimed economic strategy board game set during Industrial Revolution:

"Top 10 Strategy Game of " - Acclaimed by players and awarded in 2007, 2008 and 2010.
"It’s wonderful" - 5/5 from
"It's demanding, thematic, and addictive, with deep layers of strategy and multiple ways to win." -
"A great adaptation. A must own for the eurogame fans out there." - Top Mobile Board Game of 2015 by

Find out what others are raving about:

"Brass is an all around excellent game. Very deep, with lots of rewarding strategies and important tactical decisions." - Noah Kolman
"Wonderfully tense and exciting!" - Kevin Teague
"Tremendous game! This game challenges you." - Kevin Whitmore


Brass is a demanding economic game where players create monopolies in various industries during the Industrial Revolution. Brass requires concentration, intellect and ruthlessness to make your fortune. Players take on the roles of entrepreneurs, each with the mission to build an economic engine that surpasses the other opponents. You can become a Cotton, Railroad or Coal magnate. Build. Connect. Develop. What’s your pleasure? Brass is Monopoly for grown-ups.

- 3-4 players
- AI opponent (2 levels)
- Network multiplayer
- Local multiplayer
- Beautiful artwork
- In-game tutorial & manual


Dawn of the Modern World!
Can you take full advantage of the Industrial Revolution that is transforming Lancashire?
What is the best strategy? Build cotton mills? Develop new technologies? Dig canals? Produce coal or steel?
There is no simple answer and the opportunities that arise will be different in each game you play as you move through the Canal and Railway periods, striving to get the return from your investments in time to snatch the next opportunity from under the noses of your rivals.

Industries are the key to success. Will you become a Cotton Magnate owning the most Cotton Mills in Lancashire? Or do you prefer selling Coal and Iron to others? Ports and Shipyards are key constructions as well, since the others cannot function without them in the long term.

Build canals and later rails to connect towns and cities. Only then can you benefit from all the industries built in the country, even those built by your opponents!

R&D is essential. The better developed industries you have, the more effective they are. Should others neglect development, your path to victory will be easier.

It’s not what you have produced, but the thing you sold that makes ‘brass’ (said with a
thick Yorkshire accent - ‘brass’ being a local term for money). Watch the markets carefully and sell at the proper time!

Use the produced supplies and activate Industries, upgrade rails, save money. The most effective entrepreneur is the winner.

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Cublo  [author] May 21, 2017 @ 5:43am 
The PC and Mac versions are already up and running. If we pass greenlight we just need to integrate with Steam APIs and we are ready to release.
simonsays May 16, 2017 @ 8:04am 
Would buy it for Mac, since my smartphone display is too small to play any strategy games.
metalfacekevin May 13, 2017 @ 6:35pm 
I will buy this the day it releases on Mac. Any estimate?
Saumarez May 10, 2017 @ 12:20pm 
Brass is a classic boardgame by one of the all-time great designers, Martin Wallace. Cublo brought Brass to Android and really did a fantastic job. Definitely looking forward to the PC version!
Moadib May 9, 2017 @ 6:35am 
Steam needs more board ganes!! Like this one!!
Cublo  [author] May 9, 2017 @ 4:03am 
Brass Birmingham and new artwork are not included in that version. However, we are in touch with Roxley Game Laboratory so maybe some kind of cooperation will be possible in the future.
Cublo  [author] May 9, 2017 @ 4:02am 
Yes, we will support corss platform multiplayer. You will be able to play on PC vs mobile opponents.
HuanMu May 9, 2017 @ 3:20am 
Quecky May 9, 2017 @ 2:17am 
I would love to be able to play in on the pc for solo purposes, I guess. I love the new artwork of the kickstarter, so I hope the pc version will include the new artwork!
john_eldon May 9, 2017 @ 1:25am 
This board game is one of my favourite games. The new kickstarter version will generate a lot more interest in the game and with the new brass Birmingham it should abe a great game to adapt for steam