Why not try a game of volcano on ee0r's martian chess boards. (the 3 player setup is a corner of a cube, with attached sides, flattened)
The problem with the stacked game is that people will still get all the colors (if someone gets three whites first) rather quickly.
On 12/2/06, Michael Shanley <postgoop@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Why stop there? Just set up 5 volcano boards in a row, then treat them
like a 3d cube with many new options for which direction to go.
Also, if anyone is interested, this is the house rule we play with in my
Whenever a cap lands on plain earth (no pieces), that cap is removed
from the game. The game ends when there are no caps left. Thus, the game
lasts longer and towards the end, you've got to make sure that you're
far enough ahead when you start knocking off volcano caps.
Adam Kopczenski wrote:
> What I want to do is set up a Volcano game minus the caps, then set up
> another Volcano game on top of it, then set caps on that. I can't find
> anyone willing to play it, though....
> ~~Adam >+O|3
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