Thumb up
1 Posts

Piramika» Forums » Reviews

Subject: Piramika rss

Your Tags: Add tags
Popular Tags: [View All]
Yuyu yo
flag msg tools
Piramika » Forums » Reviews
PiramiKa is a board game based chips in ancient Egyptian gods and culture.

At some point in the history of gaming chips Egyptians took shape and was born chess.

This game is an attempt to return the chips to a board where the chips are the Egyptian gods that depending on the nature of each god endow them with special powers.

The game flows out on a board where players can develop different strategies and should capture the god Ka / Ra to win the game.

But like in ancient Egypt, the Nile River has its importance random events creating different depending on the date provided by the board calendar, which is responsible for registering the course of days and nights of the week is up, which turn up the months of the year according to the ancient Egyptians saw, besides other event has been included as a force that is even above the gods who make up the game, this is Khepri the Egyptian scarab.

As in the game of chess mathematical possibilities are endless, but PiramiKa not a game of chess and each player can plan a strategy to capture the god Ra / Ka of his opponent in many different ways.

Battles are an important part of the game, various meetings with Khepri the beetle will have their importance if exceeded, each god may assert his power, but if he loses the game shall be removed and this battle can not be avoided, as to the battles between gods a balanced strategy can result in losing or winning the game.

On components of the game are easy to manufacture and this PnP version I included only black and white for anyone who wishes to try the game.

The game is complete and tested, with special care the balance between players and relation to the different components, a large development behind this game is based on the understanding the world who had the ancient Egyptians, as well as an equally important support in mathematics they used.

Definitely try to create a balanced game with a strong mathematical basis while the chance may frustrate the most brilliant strategic plans established by the players, so the perfect balance between them will win the player plus a proper strategic approach in as far as possible take into account the possibility that chance might hold both players during the course of the game.
 Thumb up
  • [+] Dice rolls
Front Page | Welcome | Contact | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Advertise | Support BGG | Feeds RSS
Geekdo, BoardGameGeek, the Geekdo logo, and the BoardGameGeek logo are trademarks of BoardGameGeek, LLC.