|A 2-player variant of the standard Homeworlds game|
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|Treehouse sets:||3 matching Treehouse sets|
|Setup time:||1 minute|
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Binary Homeworlds differs from the original multi-player Homeworlds in that it discards the Werewolf aspect; the game is simply a fight to the death between two players. The global stash contains three sets of pieces in each color.
The topology of a Binary Homeworlds game is simpler than the topology of a multi-player game, because there are at most two binary stars. If the two players choose homeworlds of different sizes, then the galaxy can be laid out in rows between the two players so that movement "toward" and "away from" a homeworld maps directly onto movement across the table.
- Full rules for Binary Homeworlds can be found on Andy's Page About Homeworlds at Wunderland.
- Homeworlds can be played online at SuperDuperGames.
|Featured in 3HOUSE|
|Additional Mechanic||None +|
|BGG Link||Http://www.boardgamegeek.com/game/14634 14634 +|
|Description||A 2-player variant of the standard Homeworlds game|
|Designer||Andrew Looney +|
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|Min. Players||warning.png“” is no number.|
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|Name||Binary Homeworlds +|
|Other Equipment||None +|
|Primary Mechanic||None +|
|Primary Theme||Space +|
|Random Chance||None +|
|Rules Complexity||Medium +|
|Sets||3 matching Treehouse sets +|
|Setup Time||1 minute +|
|Strategy Depth||Medium +|