This is an interesting collection of 30 or more games placed in a box with dozens of beautiful printed paper "boards" for playing the numerous games listed in the enclosed book. "Play Rome" seems to be made in conjunction of the "Department for the Promotion of Culture, Theater, Tourism and Sport" of Rome. The many printed boards are quite beautiful and the games run from being very simple to being very complex. The description on the box reads, "These games may help you to discover your own personal Rome. They will not only lead you far and wide through the city but also through the centuries starting from a small village of some dozens of huts up to our days."