The Neo-Babylonian Empire, especially under the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 B.C.), was a period of rebirth for southern Mesopotamia. Irrigation systems improved and expanded, increasing agricultural production. Urban life flourished with the creation of new cities, monuments and temples, and the consequent increase in trade.
In Babylonia, players try to make their clan prosper under the peace and imperial power of that era. They must place their nobles, priests, and craftsmen tokens on the map to create relations with the cities as profitable as possible. Properly placing these counters next to the court also allows players to gain the special power of some rulers. Finally, the skilled use of their peasants in the fertile areas gives more value to their crops. The player who gets the most points through all these actions wins.
Game Length: 60 minutes