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Micropul is an abstract strategy tile-laying game - FREE - Print it and play it!

Micropul is an abstract strategy tile-laying game. It is usually played as a 2-player game in which players take turn placing tiles and stones, stocking new tiles and claiming groups. Micropul can also be played as a solitaire puzzle where the goal is to play optimally and beat your previous score.

Let's see what's inside a typical micropul set:

    * Rulebook, available in 3 languages
    * 48 tiles, 44 unique designs
    * 6 stones, in two colors

Getting started

Micropul is free. You can make your own set of tiles by downloading the necessary files off this website. It only takes a few minutes to print the tiles and cut them out. After that, you'll be ready to try the game. :)
Micropul game package (zipped)    You can Download the printable game tiles, rulebook and stones.

The rules are also available in Japanese, Spanish and Polish.

Next steps

You can find more information about micropul on BoardGameGeek. I also compiled a big list of links to all articles and sites related to micropul. I'll be glad to answer any specific question you have about the game but first take a look at the FAQ.

You might also want to try the various variants such as the solitaire puzzle.

Special Thanks

    * My friends and my brother for testing the first few prototypes.
    * Seth Jaffee for giving me a lot of insightful feedback, suggestions and extended playtesting.
    * All the folks at The Boardgame Designers Forum.
    * Ro Sato and Seiji Matsumura who spread the word about micropul in Japan.
    * Hozo for making the totally cool Flash game based on micropul.
« Last Edit: February 23, 2014, 03:11:40 PM by Software Santa »


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