The board is made up of 54 triangles on which the players move triangular pieces. Each player has 5 pieces (3 players) or 7 pieces (2 players) placed to one of the end of the board. The aim is to bring one piece into a triangle lining the other side of the board. Each player must take care that he moves his pieces to prevent his opponent(s) from advancing and to capture opponent's pieces in "rock paper scissors" fights.
|To move a piece to an adjacent vacant triangle, turn the piece around one of the three apexes of the triangular piece.||
|All moves are not allowed: the pieces either move sideways (forwards or backwards) on the same line of triangles, or move forwards to another line but never move backwards to another line.|
|Each side of the triangular piece shows one
of the figures "rock",
"paper" or "scissors". When
several opposing pieces are adjacent, the figures
side by side are compared. "paper"
wraps "rock", "rock" breaks
"scissors" and "scissors"
cuts "paper" off. The losing piece is
removed, the winning piece stais. When the
figures are the same, the pieces stay side by
is an extension of the game based on the "draughts". The aim is to capture all the opponent's pieces. When a piece is braught into a triangle lining the other side of the board, the game is not over but the piece is replaced by a "gipsy draught". The "gipsy draught" moves backwards or forwards, turning around any apex of the triangular piece. The piece may move through several triangles. All the triangles between the starting point and the ending point must be vacant.
is another game based on the same principles. Each player has 7 pieces placed to one of the end of the board :
The goal is to bring his queen on one of the boxes along the opposite side. Capture the queen of the opponent can also win the game.