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Ruleset: Eleven-Fang (Ludii 3)


See the game Eleven-Fang for more details.


Medieval, Modern


Reconstructed with Ludii


The game Eleven-Fang is played by two players on a 11x11 rectangle board with square tiling.
All players play with Markers.
Rules for Pieces:
Markers step orthogonal then for all flanked pieces on Vertexes starting from the to location of the last move with Orthogonal direction with a limit of 1 pieces if the target is there is an enemy Player at between if the friend is is a friendremove pieces at between then if can move step orthogonal, move again.
Players take turns moving.
Place a Marker for player one at the union of the top sites of the board and the difference between the right sites of the board and the bottom sites of the board.
Place a Marker for player two at the union of the bottom sites of the board and the difference between the left sites of the board and the top sites of the board..
Move one of your pieces.
If the next player cannot move, the moving player wins.

Reconstruction Details

Combined Score: 0.897
Cultural Score: 0.897
Conceptual Score: 0.897

Geographical Score: 0.878 (~2440km)

Based on:
1. Sabou'iyya / Sabou'iyya 2. Gundru / Gundru


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