San Marco (board game)

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San Marco
San Marco board game.jpg
The box cover of San Marco
Designer(s) Alan R. Moon
Aaron Weissblum
Publisher(s) Ravensburger
Players 3 to 4
Age range 10 and up

San Marco is a 2001 designer board game by Alan R. Moon and Aaron Weissblum. The game is set in Venice, and the title comes from the name of one of the city's districts.

There are six districts and players vie for influence across these. The games uses area control and card drafting as game mechanics. The game is divided into passages, which are then broken down into turns. Players can place and move both aristocrats and bridges, and score points for areas in which they have influence.[1]

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