Crossfire is a minimalist stacking game by Christian Freeling.
It's played on a "snowflake" shaped board with hex connectivity.
It's a game so simple and elegant, it doesn't need a separate rules
Robots: to be
- The object of the game is to make the last move.
White moves first. The first player who cannot move loses the
- A move consists of either
After the move, remove pieces from the bottom of the new stack until the
height of the stack is not greater than the number of neighbors the
space has on the board. Removed pieces of the mover's color
are kept in reserve and can
be reused. Removed pieces of the other color are prisoners, permanantly out of play.
- Moving the top N
of a stack whose top is your color a distance of N in any direction
- Placing a single piece from your reserve any place on
- Ko rule: it is
illegal to recreate the same position on the board twice using the same