Perhaps it’s just my brain working in a weird way, but the Twin Win rules in Pyramid Arcade might be interpreted the wrong way. In the “How to Play” section it says:
During each turn, you must take two actions. Usually you will use both of these actions for piece movement, but sometimes you might want to change Goals.
• Move Piece(s): Move one piece two spaces or two pieces one space each. You can move a piece of ANY color, but you can ONLY move the topmost piece in a stack. Pieces can be stacked onto any and all sizes. The arrows on the Twin Win board show the legal movement options.
• Change Goal(s): You can use an action to trade in one of your Goal cards and draw a new one to replace it. You can use both actions in one turn for this, either replacing both Goals, or changing one, then changing it again. Draw the new Goal first, then place the old Goal on the bottom of the stack. You are not required to reveal your old Goal.
I actually interpreted this (and played this way the first time) as saying each bullet is one action. The wording "Usually you will use both of these actions for piece movement" and the having the first bullet headed "Move Pieces" pushed me in that direction.
In other words, moving one piece two spaces or two pieces one space is just one of the two actions you must take. Therefore, we were actually taking four movements per turn. (And oddly, it worked just fine.)
After watching the PA video, I know that’s not correct. But I just thought I’d throw that out in case anyone else is as dense as I am.