Build the greatest trade empire of ancient Rome!

Concordia is a strategic, Euro-style boardgame. Players take the roles of powerful Roman merchants and follow the Roman expansion with their trade routes, franchises, and production houses.

Plan ahead and make crucial decisions every turn. Always be prepared to make a trade off - your actions can very well benefit other players as well as yourself.

What is Concordia?

Concordia: Digital Edition is a turn-based strategy game where 2 to 6 players face each other in the fight for wealth and influence. You will build your trade empire on one of several maps of the ancient world. Using actions on the cards you will plan and execute your strategy to get an edge on your competition. Each of your decisions can benefit both you and your opponents. Send your colonists to new cities, across the land or sea and build houses to expand your trade empire!

What makes Concordia great?

Concordia is a game with rules that are easy to learn, but mastering it can take a lifetime! With additional maps and expansions along the way (all the official ones, in fact), the replayability of Concordia: Digital Edition is near infinite. Play against the AI or challenge your friends in the hot seat mode or online cross platform multiplayer!

The authentic feel of the board game, along with the intuitive UI makes it the perfect addition to your gaming collection!

What can you expect?

• Build your trade empire
• Trade goods and expand to different cities
• Manage your colonists, storage space and action cards
• Try out variety of different maps
• Customize your game with expansions modules
• Become the greatest merchant of ancient Rome!
• Easy to learn, hard to master
• High strategic depth. Be ready to make trade offs!
• Official Concordia rules consulted with game's designer
• Play with AI, friends or both - great experience for both solo and group play
• All of the official expansions will be released
• Unique experience of a board game with convenience of a digital platform
• Interactive tutorial that will teach you how to play

The original board game's awards and honors:

2017 Gra Roku Advanced Game of the Year Nominee
2016 MinD-Spielepreis Complex Game Nominee
2015 Nederlandse Spellenprijs Best Expert Game Winner
2014 Kennerspiel des Jahres Nominee
2014 JUG Adult Game of the Year Finalist
2014 Jogo do Ano Nominee
2014 International Gamers Award - General Strategy: Multi-player Nominee
2013 Meeples' Choice Winner
2013 Jocul Anului în România Advanced Finalist

Get Concordia: Digital Edition and become the greatest merchant of ancient Rome!

What’s New

Version 1.1.0

[Map] Added map options - toggle lower saturation view and House construction cost on and off.
[Colonist] Colonists should be contrasting better in the Perspective (3D) Mode. We're still working on 3D Colonist models, so those are yet to come.
[Camera] You can now toggle camera following your opponents' moves on or off.
[Online] We have added Live Play online game mode, where players agree to play the entire game in one sitting. Leaving the room means forfeiting. In case of disconnect - you have 3 minutes to come back.
[Fix] All players will now properly see the Good-to-Sestertii conversion window at the end of an online game.
[Fix] Fixed dropdown menu view.
[Fix] Fixed the tooltip when waiting for your turn.
[Fix] Fixed the rotating animation of the Player icon when they need to make a decision (considering) in the online game.
[Fix] Fixed the 2D colonist animation during a replay.
[Fix[ Point calculation animation will not trigger multiple times when someone leaves the room in an online game.
[Fix] Fixed a bug where we couldn't select any Goods with an overflowing Storehouse during a Prefect action.
[Fix] Chat button will no longer be showing up in the Tutorial.
[Fix[ Fixed the podium display for 4th, 5th and 6th place.
[UI/UX] Improved the visibility of your own Points.
[Rulebook] Added icons to the Online Play section. Added Live Play to the rulebook's Online Play section.
[Fix] Fixed the points visibility module. Now it actually hides the points.
[Fix] Fixed a rare bug where we couldn't make our move when making a decision during someone else's turn.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

JessyCatterwaul ,

Great, but harder to play than the physical version.

It’s too much work to get an overview of the whole board, and the card display. There are enough pixels on the 12.9” iPad. Allow us to zoom out, instead of having to use the Production UI. Also, change that to be wider. Scrolling down to see other’s production shouldn’t be necessary. When selecting the display, allow us to hold down a finger to see all the cards, instead of having to go in, scroll, remember what we saw on the other side of the scroll area, and then hit X.

The game itself is implemented excellently. You just need to work on the UX.

Developer Response ,

We are terribly sorry for the issue, it's already fixed and you can now use sign in with Apple.

Cotillion The Rope ,


Great digital adaptation of one of my favorite board games. There are a couple UI changes I would love to see, but they are certainly not deal breakers. They all have to do with decluttering the board. One of the things I love most about the physical board game is that the board is so clean. It’s so easy to glance at the board and take in the state of the game in an instant. The digital version, by comparison, feels just a bit cluttered at times.

One thing I think would really help is the ability to toggle the city banners on/off. After just a couple games, it’s very easy to remember what it costs to build in a city of a certain type, so I’d like the option to remove the city banner when I no longer have need of it.

I would also like the ability to hide my cards temporarily at times to see more of the board. This might help a little.

Finally, I would love the ability to toggle the flags/banners in each province showing the most expensive good for that province (or coins if it’s already produced). I would prefer to just glance at the cities in the province to see the most expensive good. And again, after a game or two all it takes is a quick glance, so the flag is no longer needed, thus decluttering the board.

Anyway, like I said, these are only minor quibbles, and just a few suggestions for things I would like to see that would help declutter the board. The game really is well done, though, and I’m really happy with it. Thanks!

Cubato ,

Great implementation

Took a little bit getting used to the graphic design/interface, but I’m happy I can now play this on my phone.

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