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Gipf   (View Game)
   A.J. Sansom

For anyone who wants an alternate to chess, GIPF (and the rest of its namesake series) is a very welcome addition to any game collection.

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   Dog
This abstract is first in the Project GIPF series and a very solid, complex game. Players begin by placing GIPF pieces on the board as stacks of two normal pieces. Once a player chooses to play normal pieces alone, no further GIPF pieces may ever be played. One looses when either all GIPF pieces of one's color are eliminated or no further move may be made. The game is played on a hexagonal board with a piece-pushing mechanism: players place pieces around the periphery, forcing other pieces along their respective lines. Any line of four pieces of a color will be returned to a cache, while opponent's pieces along that line are struck from the game. I hear other games in the Project may integrate with one another, producing one absurd mega-abstract.

 

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