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Andrew Sutherland
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There are 8 A4 Pages of tiles. On each page there are 4,2 front and 2 back. Front on the left and back on the right.

When assembled, the front and back of each tile should be exactly opposite in pathway colours (black and white) if reversed.

Coloured Tiles (Red, Blue and Green) go together. ie. The centre block remains the same colour. Black and White Tiles are opposite.

The best way is to have the tiles printed on 300gsm paper, cut them out and glue them to a Masonite square, then sandpaper the edges to fit the printout
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Rick Roppolo
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Ok, I really want to try the game, but for the life of me I can't figure out how to scale the files to print everything on 8.5 x 11 paper and have everything come out the same size. Any suggestions?

If the new tiles were in pdf files I would think the scaling would be automatic, no?

Suggestions?

 
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the sizes of the graphics are identical so it should print the same size. It did for me anyway

i've updated the tile files for easier printing... you can get them on Mediafire at

http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=4efeb01be37e854407258ee67...

 
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v4.0 has 3 pages to print for the tiles. They are formatted for A3/A4 printing.

The tile sizes are 9x9cm. For best results print on 300gsm card and glue the printed tiles onto masonite or thin hard wood.

It's easier to use chess pawns as playings pieces, but included are 2x2cm sized squares for print and play.
 
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