“Aut viam inveniam aut faciam.” (Either I will find a path or build one) Hannibal Barkas In the 3rd century BC, two military geniuses entered against each other to combat the fate of their kingdoms: the famous Carthagian field lord Hannibal and Scipio – hero of the Roman Legions. Scipio is a tactical board game for two people. As an army leader at the time of Punish Wars, players try to defeat their opponent’s army on the battlefield. To do this, they must cleverly set up their troops and find the right balance between attack and defence. Similar to an actual battle, it is important to see through the opponent without being seen, carefully consider every step and yet not to shy bold decisions, because as it is said: “Fortes fortuna adiuvat” – happiness helps the courageous. Which leader will be celebrated at the end with a triumphate? * Strategy game for two players. * Simple but profound psychological warfare * The thrill of checking the opponent’s strategy!