On 12/26/06, madlab.rabbit.krishaven@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > Instead of the cross-pattern, you may also try two hemi-cubes of three faces
> each (this may be easier to visualise to some people... at least me. That might be worth doing just to see if there's a way to fit it onto a single A3 sheet. Thanks for the idea.
You should be able to get it all on one sheet with about a quarter inch margin. (Which is small, but doable.) If you used American sized 11x17 paper you'd get a half inch margin. The other option (closer to the hemicube configuration) would be two pages like this: -----\ ---\ \ -\ \ \ | | | -[ ][ ][ ]-----\ -[ ][ ][ ]---\ \ -[ ][ ][ ]-\ \ \ | | | | | | -[ ][ ][ ]-[ ][ ][ ]-> -[ ][ ][ ]-[ ][ ][ ]-> -[ ][ ][ ]-[ ][ ][ ]-> | | | | | | -/ / / / / / ---/ / / / / -----/ / / / / / / -------/ / / ---------/ / -----------/ stuck together (the second one being rotated 180 degrees and placed to the left). This also might be fun to play five players and just restrict hop to the empty space. That ruins the six player aspect, but keeps all the actions in play (and doesn't require a sixth color of board). -- - |) () /\/ I hope gmail doesn't kill my ascii art