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m (Nidhoeggr42 moved page Gamehelpsquadrob to Gamehelpsquadro: spelling error probably)
(The rule of jumping was not clear, neither the condition to win the game. I changed the wording.)
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On your turn, you select one piece you want to move. It moves according to the number of dots near the space from where the piece started. If it moves over enemy pieces, those pieces must go back to their starting position. If a piece should end up on a piece, it jumps over that piece and sends it back as well. Once a piece gets to the other side of the board, it changes direction, and now moves according to new number of dots. When such piece is sent back, it moves back to the side of the board it reached.
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On your turn, you select one piece you want to move. It moves according to the number of dots near the space from where the piece started. If a piece hits or ends up on a rival piece, it jumps over it reaching one space further, stops its movement and sends the rival piece back to its last starting line. Once a piece gets to the other side of the board, it changes direction, and now moves according to new number of dots. When such piece is sent back, it moves back to the conversion line.
  
When a piece gets to the other side and back to its starting position, it's removed from the game. When a player has only their last piece on the board, they win.
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When a piece gets to the other side and back to its starting position, it's removed from the game. When a player finishes with 4 out of 5 pieces wins.

Revision as of 12:27, 13 October 2021

On your turn, you select one piece you want to move. It moves according to the number of dots near the space from where the piece started. If a piece hits or ends up on a rival piece, it jumps over it reaching one space further, stops its movement and sends the rival piece back to its last starting line. Once a piece gets to the other side of the board, it changes direction, and now moves according to new number of dots. When such piece is sent back, it moves back to the conversion line.

When a piece gets to the other side and back to its starting position, it's removed from the game. When a player finishes with 4 out of 5 pieces wins.