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Spire

Spire

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Spire is a game that can be played with the Shibumi game system. It uses a complete set with a 4×4 board, white, black, and red balls. Rules: The board starts empty. Two players, White and Black, take turns placing a ball of their colour or a red ball either on an empty board hole or...

Product Features

  • Spire
  • 8+
  • 2
  • Area Control / Area Influence
  • 15 Minutes
  • Abstract Strategy
  • spielstein
  • ROW001

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    Spire is a game that can be played with the Shibumi game system. It uses a complete set with a 4×4 board, white, black, and red balls.

    Rules:

    The board starts empty. Two players, White and Black, take turns placing a ball of their colour or a red ball either on an empty board hole or stacking on a 2×2 platform.

    If a red ball is placed then the player must play another ball of their own colour in the same turn.

    No single 2×2 square of ball locations may include more than 2 like-coloured balls.

    Playing on a platform is only possible if the colour to be played is not used twice in the base.

    Players must place a ball if possible. Only if there is no placement available (in the beginning of their turn or after a red ball was played) players must pass their turn.

    The player who played the last ball wins the game. This can be a red ball and it need not be the spire ball on top.

    Included in the Shibumi Rule Book

    Please Note:

    • One copy of Spire supplied in English

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