It's like a simplified form of Go. Like Go, the black and white pieces are placed in the slots of a board. Unlike Go, the chessboard has 15 horizontal x 15 vertical rows. X or O makes the first move starting from the middle of the board. The winner is the person who builds the first "five lines" (an unbroken horizontal, vertical or diagonal line with 5 symbols of the same color). A game is considered a tie, if the players think that there can be no winners or losers (for example, a board full of X or O symbols). Any player, unable to move, can pass and refuse to place a symbol on the board. If both players pass, the game also ends in a draw. A version of the game involving several fouls was developed in the late 19th century and was called "Renju" (line of pearls).
Published byJoel Martin CT
Developed byJoel Martin CT
Approximate size1.7 MB
Age ratingFor ages 3 and over
CategoryCard & board
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