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Michael Barlow
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Have I scored three separate caverns here, by playing the Cave-in where I did? If so, I've "discovered" a new strategy.

 
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Interesting question. I can honestly say I didn't have an answer to this in mind when I wrote the rules.

However, I think there's a clear answer from the rules as written. You have a complete maze when there are no open passages; in the advanced game, you then score one maze and clear away the cards. In this case, playing the Cave-in leaves you with no open passages; so you score one maze and clear away the cards.

I am open to the suggestion that it should be worth more, if the possibility would make the game more interesting. What do you think?
 
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Well, that's certainly how I was scoring it. whistle

But, if not, I"ll go back to the drawing board...

Gotta beat my real rules record of 4 mazes, 17 exits.
 
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3 mazes 1 points (firts game):p
2 mazes 4 points
2 mazes 11 points
1 maze 3 points
1 maze 14 points
1 maze 13 points

addictive,simple. i like it.
Soon, i send picture of my wooden set.


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