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Ix Buga DLP Game   

Period Modern

Region Eastern Asia, Northern Asia

Category Reconstruction, Board, Hunt

Description

Ix Buga (the large deer) is a hunt game played in Mongolia played with eight deer against 80 hunters.

Rules

9x9 intersecting lines, with diagonals drawn in each 3x3 square. Intersecting with the third and seventh line on two opposite sides, a triangle, with a line bisecting the base and another bisecting this line and intersecting with the other two sides of the triangle. The apex intersects with the main board. One player plays as eight deer, which begin on points in the triangles. The other player plays with 80 hunters, half of which begin in the main part of the board. Pieces move to an adjacent empty spot along the lines of the board. The deer may capture an adjacent dog by hopping over it to an empty space immediately on the opposite side of it along the lines of the board. The person playing as the hunters may place a remaining hunter on the board on any empty spot on their turn. The goal of the deer is to capture all of the dogs, the goal of the dogs is to block the deer from being able to move.

Origin

Mongolia

Ludeme Description

Ix Buga.lud

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Sources

Popova, A. 1974. "Analyse formelle et classification des jeux de calculs mongole." Études mongoles 5: 1974: 7-60.

Identifiers

DLP.Games.862


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