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| subject_name=Turning Points
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| designer=Joseph Kisenwether
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| description=Pyramids spin in circles as each new piece is added
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| min_players=1
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| max_players=6
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| game_length=Short
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| complexity=Medium
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| trios_per_color=3
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| number_of_colors=5
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| sets=
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| other_equip=
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| setup_time=5 min
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| min_playing_time=5
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| max_playing_time=5
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| strategy=
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| random_chance=None
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| game_mechanics=Reactions
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| theme=
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| game_status=Complete
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| release_year=2004
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| language=English
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'''Turning Points''' was designed by Joseph Kisenwether, 2004.  It can be played by 1-6 players.
 
'''Turning Points''' was designed by Joseph Kisenwether, 2004.  It can be played by 1-6 players.
  

Revision as of 19:53, 15 August 2019

Turning Points
Joseph Kisenwether
Pyramids spin in circles as each new piece is added
:Players Players: 1 - 6
:Time Length: Short
:Complexity Complexity: Medium
Trios per color: 3
Number of colors: 5
Pyramid trios:
Monochr. stashes:
Five-color sets:
- - - - - - Other equipment - - - - - -
Setup time: 5 min
Playing time: 5
5 Min
0.0833 Hr
- 5
5 Min
0.0833 Hr
Strategy depth:
Random chance: None
Game mechanics: Reactions
Theme:
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BGG Link:
Status: Complete (v), Year released: 2004


Turning Points was designed by Joseph Kisenwether, 2004. It can be played by 1-6 players.

External Links

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