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### #Actualalvaro

Posted 21 September 2012 - 09:43 AM

The game:
- 2 players board game , turn based
See Attachment for the playingfield

Each player has a home-base with 5 slots, inside each 3 figures (column 0 and 7)

Does a "3" mean there are 3 pieces in that cell? Or is the game about moving "3"s around?

Player1 (green) is playing from left to right and Player2 (magenta) right to left

The "~" are traps, figures moving on these fields are destroyed

That part is fine.

On each move a player can do this:

- move 1 or more figures out a base
-> if there is a figure outside, that outside-figure is destroyed, doesn't matter friendly or not

What you are saying is that you can move figures out of a base, but they get destroyed because now they are outside.

- move figures (not in the base) 1 field to left/right,
-> 3 different moves possible: right, up-right, down-right.

Those two statements are clearly contradictory. Can the player that starts on the left move only in those three directions and the other player only in the similar leftwards directions? I can't figure out whether your "->" are bullet points or comments on the previous statements.

For top and bottom: If figure leaves the board it comes out on the other side.
e.g. figure at row=0,col=2 moving up-right will land at row=4 , col=3

OK.

-> all figures must move, there is no selective move

I still don't know what you mean by "selective move".

-> if a figure steps on a hostile figure, the hostile figure is destroyed

See, the word "figure" in English can refer to something like the number "3", so I don't know if you are talking about a piece or about a number.

-> if a figure steps into hosilte base, all hostile figures inside that slot are destroyed, the figure returns to home base (same slot on the opposite side)

Finally, this is an indication that "figure" means "piece", not "number". How is the destruction of the hostile figures different than in a non-base cell?

EDIT: By my understanding of your rules, All of player 1's pieces will be on an odd-numbered column after an odd number of moves and on an even-numbered column after an even number of moves, and the opposite for player 2. This means that player 1 is the only one whose figures can step on player 2's figures, and he just has to sweep through the board once to win. Another EDIT: Oh, I guess the "all figures must move" rule only applies to figures that are not on bases, right?

I'll play the game tonight, when I get home.

### #2alvaro

Posted 21 September 2012 - 09:41 AM

The game:
- 2 players board game , turn based
See Attachment for the playingfield

Each player has a home-base with 5 slots, inside each 3 figures (column 0 and 7)

Does a "3" mean there are 3 pieces in that cell? Or is the game about moving "3"s around?

Player1 (green) is playing from left to right and Player2 (magenta) right to left

The "~" are traps, figures moving on these fields are destroyed

That part is fine.

On each move a player can do this:

- move 1 or more figures out a base
-> if there is a figure outside, that outside-figure is destroyed, doesn't matter friendly or not

What you are saying is that you can move figures out of a base, but they get destroyed because now they are outside.

- move figures (not in the base) 1 field to left/right,
-> 3 different moves possible: right, up-right, down-right.

Those two statements are clearly contradictory. Can the player that starts on the left move only in those three directions and the other player only in the similar leftwards directions? I can't figure out whether your "->" are bullet points or comments on the previous statements.

For top and bottom: If figure leaves the board it comes out on the other side.
e.g. figure at row=0,col=2 moving up-right will land at row=4 , col=3

OK.

-> all figures must move, there is no selective move

I still don't know what you mean by "selective move".

-> if a figure steps on a hostile figure, the hostile figure is destroyed

See, the word "figure" in English can refer to something like the number "3", so I don't know if you are talking about a piece or about a number.

-> if a figure steps into hosilte base, all hostile figures inside that slot are destroyed, the figure returns to home base (same slot on the opposite side)

Finally, this is an indication that "figure" means "piece", not "number". How is the destruction of the hostile figures different than in a non-base cell?

EDIT: By my understanding of your rules, All of player 1's pieces will be on an odd-numbered column after an odd number of moves and on an even-numbered column after an even number of moves, and the opposite for player 2. This means that player 1 is the only one whose figures can step on player 2's figures, and he just has to sweep through the board once to win.

I'll play the game tonight, when I get home.

### #1alvaro

Posted 21 September 2012 - 09:35 AM

The game:
- 2 players board game , turn based
See Attachment for the playingfield

Each player has a home-base with 5 slots, inside each 3 figures (column 0 and 7)

Does a "3" mean there are 3 pieces in that cell? Or is the game about moving "3"s around?

Player1 (green) is playing from left to right and Player2 (magenta) right to left

The "~" are traps, figures moving on these fields are destroyed

That part is fine.

On each move a player can do this:

- move 1 or more figures out a base
-> if there is a figure outside, that outside-figure is destroyed, doesn't matter friendly or not

What you are saying is that you can move figures out of a base, but they get destroyed because now they are outside.

- move figures (not in the base) 1 field to left/right,
-> 3 different moves possible: right, up-right, down-right.

Those two statements are clearly contradictory. Can the player that starts on the left move only in those three directions and the other player only in the similar leftwards directions? I can't figure out whether your "->" are bullet points or comments on the previous statements.

For top and bottom: If figure leaves the board it comes out on the other side.
e.g. figure at row=0,col=2 moving up-right will land at row=4 , col=3

OK.

-> all figures must move, there is no selective move

I still don't know what you mean by "selective move".

-> if a figure steps on a hostile figure, the hostile figure is destroyed

See, the word "figure" in English can refer to something like the number "3", so I don't know if you are talking about a piece or about a number.

-> if a figure steps into hosilte base, all hostile figures inside that slot are destroyed, the figure returns to home base (same slot on the opposite side)

Finally, this is an indication that "figure" means "piece", not "number". How is the destruction of the hostile figures different than in a non-base cell?

I'll play the game tonight, when I get home.

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