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Ada's Dream

Coming Soon to Kickstarter!

1-4 Players
90-120 Minutes
Ages 14+

Work with Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage to build the first computer in this alternate history Euro Game.
 

Draft from the Dice Rondel, or place a die into your machine to take one of the 4 main actions. Give Lectures in Prestigious Institutions, Build your deck of Partner Cards, Travel the country to visit Universities, and complete Assignments for Ada.
 

Build a prototype to add to the Analytical Engine, complete Programs, add data dice, and manipulate the values with function gears to score points and help to complete Ada’s Dream.

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GAME DETAILS

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Overview

Ada's Dream is a Dice Rondel Euro Game, where players compete to make the biggest contribution to Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine.

Players must each work to build a prototype component, adding Dice, Programs, Steam Power, and Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Gears.

Recruit powerful Partners, such as Charles Babbage, Mary Somerville, Michael Faraday, Charles Dickens, Queen Victoria, and William Cuffay.

Try to gain majority in the Institutions of London, gain bonuses for visiting distant Universities, and complete assignments for Ada to boost your scores.
 

Ada's Dream is set in an Alternate History of the 1850s, where Ada Lovelace didn't pass away at the early age of 36, and instead continued her valuable work with Charles Babbage on the Analytical Engine. Due to the incredible insight of her notes, Ada is credited as the worlds first computer programmer.

Whilst Ada's Dream is set in an Alternate History, all effort has been put in place to ensure an accurate setting, with a focus on detail. Historian and Author Beverley Adams consulted on this project to improve the accuracy and attention to detail.

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HOW TO PLAY

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