Published by International Team (1984) and then by Schmidt (1989). Each player stands for the boss of a well-known gang of the past-war time. His main purpose is to become the undisputed gang-leader of the parisian thieves. To achieve this goal, he need Thunes, many Thunes, which he will earn in setting up robberies with his gangsters. Arrangements, short-lived alliances and betrayals will be his everyday portion, and trying to survive in this merciless jungle will be his main goal. Each game turn is divided in 5 successive independant phases which are: 1. Determinating the First Player. 2. Arrangements: the diplomatic phase. 3. Mouvements and street fightings. 4. Bank robberies and base attacks. 5. New cards. The winner is the first player to acquire, both, 20 millions Thunes, and, a minimum of 2 millions Thunes more then the second ranked player.
- Le Gang des Traction-Avant
- Le gang des traction avant