Who Let The Dogs Out? Clever boundaries for 2-4 players
All bets are off! It's a free-for-all! Use your friends to support you in your land grab and take what you deserve! Race to the edges or close off a place to call your own in this area winning game where you play as farm animals fighting for grazing space where your opponents can get closed off a field to get what's coming to them! In this game only the fittest get the biggest prize, so if you're wise, and they ain't looking, maybe you can wipe them off the face of the farm - don't worry, they asked for it! Let me show you how
The object of the game is to capture Camps.
Captured Camps scores one point per Camp squares in that Camp.
The first nine lays must be onto Home Camp squares.
Players can then lay on any unoccupied square on the board.
The number of Posts that players lay depends on the number of their own Posts that are adjacent to, from the Camp they choose to start from. I.e. if there is two they lay two. If there are four, they lay four. Etc.
Players can also lay one Post that is not adjacent to any of their other Posts.
The Posts must be laid in a straight line and can be laid horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Players must make/ take all of their lay.
Players may not lay onto Camp squares occupied by their own Posts.
Opponents Posts that are landed on an opponent’s second or subsequent lays are captured & returned to that player’s pot.
Players may not capture any opponents Posts that are integral to a wall of Camps that they have captured. No further lays are allowed to be made within a Boxis.
Once a player has captured any Camps they clean it up ready to be counted at the end of the game.
‘Interior’ walls dividing Boxis of the same player are not removed.
The player with the highest total at the end of the game is the winner.