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Zama is an abstract strategy game about territory control and bidding



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Zama is an abstract strategy game about territory control and bidding.  The players try to capture hexes to enclose triangles on the board.  The player who captures the triangles most efficiently wins.

Rules

At the start of the game, both players have 19 stones.  A player’s turn is comprised of placing stones on the board or passing.

To place stones, click on a hex.  You can place multiple stones by clicking and dragging.  To pass, click on the stone pile of your colour.

Any number of stones may be placed on empty hexes.  If a hex is occupied by the enemy, you must place a greater number of stones than is already there.  In addition, you may reinforce a hex that you own with additional stones.  You do not have to place any stones and may pass whenever you desire.

When both players pass consecutively, the game ends.  At the end of the game, the triangles that are surrounded by a player give score to that player.  Each surrounded triangle is worth 4 points.  Also, if you have any remaining stones, they are worth 1 point each.

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