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Each player receives 11 RUMIS stones of one colour and construct together an Inca monument, with the following rules:
1. The first stone must be placed within the building plan limits.
2. The first stone of the other players must touch one of their opponents' stones and the game board.
3. Each further stone must be placed such that it touches at least with one face a stone of the same colour.
4. The player with the most faces visible from above is the winner.
Six different game scenarios require individual strategies and offer additional challenges.
|By||Oridyne||From||Staffs in United Kingdom|
If you have ever played Tetris then you know this game, it is a 3D version of the computer game and it was great fun.
There are areas you can only have 1 brick high then some with 2 bricks high and 3 bricks high ,if you have the full four players the centre is 4 bricks high.
You have to touch your own coloured piece to play your next piece and try to cover your opponents bricks too, but not to early or they will do the same to you !
The game ends once everyone has played all their pieces, the colours left showing from above are counted and the one with the most is the winner.
Another good one !! ;)
|By||Hopuk||From||Lancs in United Kingdom|
|This has proved to be really popular with our games group for that awkward half hour at the end of a session, and this fills that gap perfectly. Trouble is, this is such fun that the half hour turns into an hour as we play one board after another! A good puzzle game for up to four players.
(Rumis+ adds two extra colours so six can play and extra boards as well)
|By||Yersinia||From||Derbyshire in England|
|A gem of a game! Rumis has pretty much every thing you could ask for, big chunky wooden pieces in bright colours, dead simple rules, quick games, brain use without brainburn and heaps of replayability. Each player gets 11 ĎTetrisí like pieces in their colour. Each piece is a different shape and made up of between two and four cubes (see box picture). Every player has the same 11 shapes to choose from. Players then take turns putting a piece on the board which has a Ďfootprintí for the building on it. The only rules are that the piece must be placed within the building footprint on the board, it must touch at least one face of another piece of your colour and canít be placed where it will leave a void that canít be seen from above (a cave if you will). Each of the maps has a key on it to show you how high you can build your blocks, which depends on how many players there are. The game ends when no one can place any more bits. You then score the game by looking down at the board (plan view) and counting how many squares of each colour are visible. Whoever has the most wins. You then curse at them, point out what you would have done if they hadnít blocked your killer move, swear revenge and set it up again.
A really great game. I bought it as a light filler but weíve ended up playing it in marathon sessions. I donít understand why Rumis is not a household name. Buy it.
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