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=== Moscow Ice 'n More===
 
=== Moscow Ice 'n More===
* The game's creator released improvements to the games rules and provided several additional variations on the game under the title [hhttps://www.icehousegames.org/wiki/images/4/4d/MOSCOWICENMORE.pdf Moscow Ice 'n More]. These versions use five treehouse sets or one stash per player, and some of these versions require an 9X10 or 10X10 board.
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* The game's creator released improvements to the games rules and provided several additional variations on the game under the title [https://www.icehousegames.org/wiki/images/4/4d/MOSCOWICENMORE.pdf Moscow Ice 'n More]. These versions use five treehouse sets or one stash per player, and some of these versions require an 9X10 or 10X10 board.
  
 
The games included are titled '''Maxi Moscow Ice!''', '''Mega Moscow Ice''', and '''Multi Moscow Ice'''.
 
The games included are titled '''Maxi Moscow Ice!''', '''Mega Moscow Ice''', and '''Multi Moscow Ice'''.

Revision as of 20:27, 21 November 2016

Moscow Ice
Designed by Kendall John
This is Chinese checkers for pyramids with some twists.
:Players Players: 2 - 4
:Time Length: Medium?
:Complexity Complexity: Medium
Trios per color: 4
Number of colors: 1 per player
Pyramid trios:
Monochr. stashes: 1 per player
Five-color sets: 4
- - - - - - Other equipment - - - - - -
Chess board or 10 X 10 board
Setup time: 4 minutes
Playing time: 20 minutes
0.333 Hr
- 40 minutes
0.667 Hr
Strategy depth: Medium
Random chance: None
Game mechanics:
Theme: abstract
BGG Link: 35011
Status: complete? (v1.0), Year released: 2987

Moscow Ice:
Created by:Kendall Johns
Moscow Ice was in the first Ice Game Design Competition. It is similar to Chinese Checkers.

External Links

Moscow Ice 'n More

  • The game's creator released improvements to the games rules and provided several additional variations on the game under the title Moscow Ice 'n More. These versions use five treehouse sets or one stash per player, and some of these versions require an 9X10 or 10X10 board.

The games included are titled Maxi Moscow Ice!, Mega Moscow Ice, and Multi Moscow Ice.

While Moscow Ice itself can be played on a 8 X 8 board, these games use a 9 X 9 or 10 X 10 board. A custom board for playing these games is available here.

Entered in the Icehouse Game Design Competition, Summer 2004
Winner: Sprawl 2nd: Missile Command 3rd: Turning Points 4th: Moscow Ice
5th: Breakthrough 6th (tie): Martian Shogi and Venusian Bowling
8th: Antshouse 9th: Limn 10th (tie): Arena and the Icehouse Null Game