As the name suggests, this is a game of chariot racing: first to complete two laps wins the race. It's set in ancient Rome and played on a small board representing the Circus Maximus.
However, it’s not just about being faster: players can throw spears, drop caltrops or ram other chariots. Chariot racing is clearly not a sport for gentlemen.
In order to win, players need to make the most of their dice rolls. These will let them speed up, slow down (very useful when it comes to the corners) and change lanes as well as chucking spears at other players' chariots.
For 2-6 players, aged 8+, playing time 45 minutes: £17.00 (£14.17 without tax outside the EU)