In Le Havre: The Inland Port two players take turns over 12 rounds trying to earn the most money by acquiring resources and constructing buildings. Each round players may use their turns to construct new buildings or use existing ones to earn money or resources. At the end of the 12 rounds whoever has the most points wins.
Pro The building dials provide an interesting risk-reward decision to the game
When a player purchases a building tile they place it in the first space of the building dial where it has 0 uses. Each turn the dial moves one increment around, slowly increasing the number of uses each building provides from 0, to 2, 3, 4, and finally to 4 + 1gold. This encourages players to wait longer to activate each building, however, there is the risk that their opponent may use it before them since using a building returns it to the 0 use section of the dial. Additionally, if a building isn't used in the 4+ section, it is removed from the game the next time the dial rotates, which can cost players points at the end of the game. All of this leads to interesting and meaningful decisions about when to activate different buildings in order to maximize their benefit to the player.