Little Hong Kong: Hour of the Tiger—Loaded with clandestine goods, a sampan glides through the dark waters of Aberdeen Harbour. It slips unnoticed under the bow of a British patrol boat whose crew seems more interested in sleep than watchfulness.

Days of Wonder have announced their new game, Cargo Noir.

Cargo Noir is a game of illicit trading in which players run “families” who traffic in smuggled goods. Designed by Serge Laget (Mystery of the Abbey, Shadows Over Camelot, Mystery Express, Ad Astra), the game takes place in the thrilling and evocative setting of 1950’s film noir.

Game play revolves around a changing set of notorious smuggling ports around the world, each filled with contraband. Players dispatch cargo ships loaded with gold to these ports—hoping to acquire goods that will later be traded for Victory Spoils.

Cargo Noir is quickly learned, but offers many routes to victory; and is the rare trading game that works equally well with 2 players as well as more.

2-5 Players; age 8+; 30-90 minutes.

Contents:
Game boards of Macao and 8 different ports
131 Cargo tokens
54 Victory cards
5 ‘Family’ game sheets
25 Sculpted Cargo ships
60 Gold coins
Cargo Noir token bag
First Turn and Player markers
Rules booklet

We’ll let you know as soon as Cargo Noir comes into port! Until then, check out the Days of Wonder site for more information.