AKA: Tashkent 5x5
In Riomino, a new version of Kris Burm's Tashkent 5x5, two players each take 12 of the special dice and roll them once, then the 25th die is rolled and placed at the center of an imaginary 5x5 grid. Players take turns adding their dice to the grid...
An improbable cross between Dominoes and Go, Quads is a gem of simple rules and goals but complex strategy. Different game levels attract a broad range of players, including puzzle lovers, because Quads can also be played alone! Its highly original...
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TZAAR is a game about making choices. There are 3 types of pieces, which form a trinity: They cannot exist without each other. The aim is either to make the opponent run out of one type of pieces or to put him in a position in which he cannot capture.
GIPF Project: Expansion Set 3YINSH / PÜNCT game system integrator
Set three offers more potentials for your GIPF project games.
PÜNCT is the final game of Project GIPF, a series of games that was announced to consist of 6 games and a number of sets with additional pieces. GIPF was initially release in Belgium in 1997. Now, 8 years later, the series is complete.
YINSH is a tempestuous game! The players each start with 5 rings on the board. Every time a ring is moved, it leaves a marker behind. Markers are white on one side and black on the other. When markers are jumped over by a ring, they must be...
GIPF Project: Expansion Set 2
Zèrtz / Dvonn game system integrator
GIPF Set 2 contains 12 ZÈRTZ-potentials, 12 DVONN-potentials and 12 extra ZÈRTZ rings. You can use the ZÈRTZ rings to play ZÈRTZ on a larger board -- that's clear. But to make use of the potentials, you need GIPF in the first place. Potentials are...
DVONNEnglish language edition
DVONN is a challenging stacking game with very simple rules. It is played with 3 red DVONN pieces, 23 white pieces, and 23 black pieces. The players must try to control as many pieces as possible by building stacks, preferably by jumping on top of...
ZÈRTZEnglish language edition
The third installment in the GIPF project, following GIPF and TAMSK, ZERTZ is played with 5 white, 7 gray and 9 black marbles and 37 round tiles. The tiles are used to assemble the board; the marbles are in a pool. Each turn you must place one...
GIPF Project: Expansion Set 1
GIPF / TAMSK game system integrator
The TAMSK-potential is the first additional piece of Project GIPF. It is named after the game TAMSK and offers new ways to play GIPF.