Game |
found on Mastodon I'ma call it "Zinum" by reversing the author's last name Given a list of positive, distinct integers...reverse the list. Available moves are 1) Split an integer into two smaller, positive integers. 2) Combine two adjacent integers into one. Ex: [7,5,3] => [6,1,5,3]. Ex: [6,1,5,3] => [7,5,3]. Additional rules: 3) Do not exceed the largest integer in the original list. 4) No duplicate integers allowed in the list. Ex: [7,5,3] [7,1,4,3] [2,5,1,4,3] [2,5,1,7] [2,6,7] [2,1,5,7] [3,5,7] |

Game Notes |
Book of Hoursnotes from playing taken during beta, so may be out of date |

Mechanic |
ability selection each ability has an integer value you have a level you can select any abilities that sum to your level example: deck [1,1,2,3,3,5] at 6th level could yield [3,3] or [1,5] or [1,2,3] |

Mechanic |
ability selection each ability has an integer value you have five (5) slots fill them with any abilities, in ascending order, with a consistent step-up between abilities example: deck [1,1,2,3,4,5,6,10,10,14,15] could yield [1,3,5] or [2,3,4,5,6] or [2,6,10,14] or [10,10] or [14,15] |

Map |
map based on the Toothpick pattern |

Game Idea |
game idea a multi-player civ-building game using the nested right-triangles map details |

Map |
game map based on right-triangles with all the diagonals going one way so that a group of triangles can be nested to form one higher-level triangle sketch |