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The rules are as follows (English version): a game for 2, 3 or 4 players.





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Does this sounds familiar? The rules are as follows (English version): a game for 2, 3 or 4 players.

Game has one playboard, 1 dice, 16 counters (4 sets of colors).

Four Player squares are on the left four quadrants. home bases are in the middle. Computer program has a play log on the left top showing dice thrown and actual play.

Bottom right hand has a count of dice thrown for each player. Bottom line is the command line for making moves for human players.

Players in turn, race each other around the circuit to be the first to get all of their counters to the home base. When counters are knocked off they are returned to the starting square.

How to play
Each player picks a set of counters and places them in the Starting Squares of the same color. Take it in turns to throw. You must throw a 6 before you can move a piece onto the track.

Every time you throw a 6 you get another throw and you can move any one counter to the number shown on the dice.

If your Counter lands on one of your opponent's they are knocked off and returned. If one of your counters lands on top of your counters this forms a block. Your block cannot be passed by any of the opponent's pieces.

When a counter goes all the way round the board it can enter the h column. To land in the home triangle you must throw the exact number. The winner is the first player to get all four counters into the home triangle.
Last updated on June 27th, 2007
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