A Tzintli egy remek társasjáték, 2 - 4 játékos részére. A játékmenet erősen épít a pontról pontra mozgás mechanizmusra.
This board game called Tzintli , created Rafael Chávez Rivas, is an abstract game that originates from Mexican cultures, like most of my games, and is based on the small walls of...
This board game called Tzintli , created Rafael Chávez Rivas, is an abstract game that originates from Mexican cultures, like most of my games, and is based on the small walls of Tenancingo, State of Mexico , Tzintli means small, the codex that I used in this game tells the story of the towns conquered by Axayácatl, emperor of Tenochtitlan, and the way he used these small walls to defeat his opponents, is a game with simple rules, but illustrative and fun.
Each player takes three discs of one color, and 5 discs of black color, each player in turn, places a black disc in an empty space of the board and then one of their own color, placing them alternately on the board until all their chips have been placed , once this is done, the players start by jumping first with a black chip to other tiles, until they reach an empty space, and then in that same turn, jump one of the chips of their own color to other adjacent tiles to an empty space , the purpose is to join your 3 tiles of the same color linearly in horizontal or vertical, and whoever manages to do this first, wins the game.
—description from the designer