Michael J. Richardsonís
Extreme Graph Wars
Players 2-4 , Time-30min,
Rating- Easy 8 to 80
an extremely easy game to learn but devilishly hard to master.
You battle to make a line from one end of the board to the other while stopping
your opponent from doing the same thing.
Sounds easy, it is, so start playing Michael J. Richardsonís, Battlelinz © .
After the first player has placed their Battlelinz © line
army tile down on the board the opponent player places
one of their Battlelinz © coloured
army tiles with a line down on the board, both trying to get from one side to
the other but also blocking the path of your opponents line, it also cannot
touch or cross any of the opponents lines.
Play alternates until one player has created an unbroken continuous line from
one side of the board to its opposite side, no matter how winding or twisted,
either from the short side of the Battlelinz © board
to the opposite short side or from the long side of the Battlelinz ©
board to the opposite long side.
A great game for 2 to 4 players, no luck involved it is pure strategy.
The game is very simple, anyone can learn to play in just a few seconds but to
master it is so devilish it will keep you playing time after time.
Addictive "Just one more game". Great for all the family, any age and
perfect for the family games night or for a chess like struggle of pure strategy
for professional gamers.
Battlelinz © ,
an abstract high tech version of World War One trench warfare.
Highly addictive and so simple that anyone can play makes this a game you can
Some assembly needed. So get yours now and play Battlelinz © .
by Michael J. Richardson, so get your first edition Game now and start playing Battlelinz ©
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