Le Havre: The Inland Port

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About this game

Le Havre - The Inland Port: Finally on mobile devices!

In the award-winning board game, Le Havre: The Inland Port, you and your opponent compete in order to amass the most wealth by building up the iconic French port of Le Havre. The game can be played locally against the computer, in hot-seat mode or online -- competing against friends or global players in order to advance in the rankings. Drop in and out of play anytime and play an unlimited amount of games with your friends simultaneously, when you want, where you want.

The digital version of the award-winning 2-player board game by cult author Uwe Rosenberg (2013 nominated best for the Golden Geek 2-player board game in 2013, nominated for the International Gamers Award - Strategy Games: 2-player board games and winner of the International Gamers Awards - Strategy Games: 2 player board game).

Use our convenient matchmaking service to challenge players of your skill level globally or play locally with a friend. You can also defeat one of the different computer opponents with varying difficulty. Friend lists and world rankings are included as well.

Nominated for a Golden Geek: Best Board Game App of 2015

"...set sail with a fantastic licensed port..." - appaddict

"... it’s just plain fun." - gameosity

"It’s refreshing from most games where players just swipe or tap and requires some strategy and savvy to win." - fanboynation

"...die Umsetzung ist allerdings grafisch und gameplay-technisch sehr gut gelungen..." - appgefahren

"From the perspective of one who never played the physical board version prior, the game is surprisingly engaging." - androidrundown

"This is a very well done game and fun to play." - appreview central

"If you enjoy this game in its physical form or it’s older brother, Le Havre, then pick up this app." - play-board-games


- A perfect conversion of the the award-winning board game
- Comprehensive tutorial and straightforward rules
- Drop in and out anytime and save your games in the cloud
- Beautiful art and sound convey the atmosphere of a French harbor
- Available languages: German, English, French, Spanish
- Worldwide cross-platform leaderboards: Can you take the #1 spot?


Photos/Media/Files & Storage: To save local games on the device.
Full Network Access: To enable online play.

We do not access your call informations or any personal data.

Having an issue? Looking for support? Please contact us: https://asmodee.helpshift.com/a/le-havre

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Updated on
Feb 26, 2018

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

310 reviews
Thomas Brendel
June 22, 2020
Mostly a nice implementation, but a few choices puzzle me. Why, at the end of the day, must we move each building to the next area one by one? The physical boardgame doesn't even make you do that! Why, at final scoring, must we convert each building to coins one by one, to get the total that's been onscreen the whole time? As many others have lamented, why no undo? Also experiencing the final scoring bug: game keeps cycling buildings in the background, caluculating progressively lower scores.
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remi theriault (DaGoodVibes)
January 23, 2023
Le havre is a very good game by itself, I play against the a.i. and everything is fine, but at the end of the game the cards tally up the points then shows the final score, except that when the final score is shown, the game totally glitches out, keeping the cards moving, I exit the game, then it puts me back vs the a.i. with cards moving all about, I have to exit the game and go back in for it to work properly, so far the game is 5/5 but the glitches at end of game puts it back two points
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A Google user
March 9, 2019
Once I got a handle on everything the game became really fun. I bought this on a whim because I really like Uwe Rosenberg's work but never played the board game version and here lies the major problem: The tutorial is AWFUL! I appreciate narration and quirkiness in tutorials from other asmodee games (isle of Skye and patchwork come to mind) but after going through this one THREE times I was still left with my head scratching. I had to download the pdf of the board game.
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What's new

Hotfix: Fixed games ending at round 6