An Abstract Tile Laying Game from Pelta Games now on KS

March 10, 2017 - 9:37am
Pelta Games has started a Kickstarter Campaign for an abstract tile laying game, which loosely mimics gender and neural networks, PeltaPeeps. The PeltaPeeps are round wooden tiles with male and female jigsaw-like connectors of two types extending from some sides, and eyeball designs on the front. Players put one of their PeltaPeeps into the ever growing network of tiles, making sure to connect to an existing PeltaPeep. After placing, players can either move or flip an opponents tile. flipped tiles are blank and do not show the eyes, and therefore score less points. The game ends when one player has placed all of their PeltaPeep tiles, or when a player cannot play a tile. Players score points for each face up tile, for each connection on their tiles, and bonus points if they connect to their own color. The Kickstarter Campaign for PeltaPeeps continues through March 14, and is expected to deliver in June 2017.

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