# of Players: 2 Players
Play Time: 90-120 Minutes
Designer: Daniel Berger
Publisher: Knight Works
Hands in the Sea is a two-player deck building war game on the First Punic War, between Rome and Carthage, 264-241 BC.
Inspired by A Few Acres of Snow, this game features several new elements, including navies, naval battles, cavalry superiority, mercenaries, field battles, sieges, manpower, strategy cards, random events, turn based scoring, bribery and tactical bonuses.
The name of the game is based on a quote from a Carthaginian commander, who claimed at the outbreak of hostilities that the Carthaginian control of the seas was such that the Romans would not even dare wash their hands in the sea.
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