A simple yet stylish game of tactics, strategy and a little luck for 2 players.
Following either the dice with white pips or black pips place the tile with the same colored dots alongside the dice.
Utilizing the three action cards offensively, defensively or to turn the tables, use up all the tiles in your hand before your opponent to win!
Using both the tiles in your hand and the pile, read the play, exploit the action cards, and with the luck of the draw, seize victory!
There are two types of rules: the Basic Rules, which are easy to play with, and the Advanced Rules, which are more thoughtful and fun to play with.
There are two types of rules: Basic Rules, which can be played casually, and Advanced Rules, which are more challenging and require more thought.
Game comes to a conclusion in any of the following ways.
• All tiles in the player’s hand are used >> that player wins.
• A player cannot make a move ( 2-2 ) >> that player loses.
• The pile is used up >> draw.
A two player game.
Decide each player’s dice color, then according to the dice pips’ color and number place corresponding tiles alongside their dice.
Utilizing 3 action tiles, avoid being backed into a corner and play your tiles. One more or one less tile only can be placed alongside previously place tiles.
The player to use first use all tiles in their hand or have 6 rows of tiles on the own color line takes the win.
[Advanced rules] Instruction video (in Japanese, 5 mins.)
Game design: Banana Moon Studio Sapporo
Team leader / Creative director: MAEDA Hiroshi
Planner / Production manager: MAEDA Kumiko
Planner / Graphic designer: YOSHIDA Kinuka, ISHIJIMA Haruna
Researcher: SUGIOKA Rino
Translator: Darcy LEWIS
Game development adviser: SAITO Tomoyuki (RareSightGames)
Production adviser: TADOKORO Masayuki (Shichisei Sangyo)
Special thanks: Pippd.com
With many visitors, sold out in two days. Thank you very much.
Handmade by highly skilled paper craft artisans in Japan
With many visitors, the first edition was almost sold out in two days. Thank you very much.
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