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End of resources

Game Information
Short Introduction: 
A board game in which other players decice the pieces you put to the board, and players fight for limited resources.
Platform/System: 
non-digital (board game, card game, physical game, etc.)
Brief Play Description: 

"End of resources" is a board game in which players try to be saved from the extinction by fighting against decreasing resources, living place and overpopulation.

Estimated play time depends on point limit. With default point limit (10) game lasts 10-30 minutes.

Number of players 2-6. To add more than 6 players, you have just to design and create and/or bring more pieces for the game.

Read the rules to get more detailed information.

Achievements and Credits
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Contributors: 
uolevi
Contributors: 
Kauko
Credits: 
Design and creation by Teemu Väisänen, Teemu Kaukoranta, Ari Kivimäki and Eero Penttilä. Credits go to Mauno Sirviö, Kimmo Kortelainen, Oulu FGJ11 admins and all other testers in Oulu. Thanks!
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Just read the rules :)

Everything is under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

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uolevi

Typos :(

At end of the rule 10.d)
"For example, there are blue and yellow "SPECIE" pieces in a row, and the player puts a blue "SPECIE" piece to the same row next to the yellow one, so there are blue-yellow-blue "SPECIE" pieces in a row, the yellow one has to be moved."

SHOULD BE

For example, there are blue and yellow "SPECIE" pieces in a row, and the player puts a blue "SPECIE" piece to the same row next to the yellow one, so there are blue-yellow-blue "SPECIE" pieces in a row, the yellow one can to be moved.

So "has" should be "can".

uolevi

Map, cards and piece sizes.

Well, we did not measure our examle card sizes, but you can use standard card size 3.5x2.5 inches and for example glue our example cards on them, if you want. Or resize them.

Map (appendix2.pdf) should be printed to A3 or bigger paper.

"WASTED AREA" pieces are too big if rules are printed to A4, so... you can cut them or use smaller paper.

Actually, we do not suggest to print other appendices except number 2. (the map) to save our precious resources; paper and ink. It is much easier to steal plastic wooden pieces from other board games. We noticed also that fake or real coins work well as "WASTED AREA" pieces.

And even more, it is not necessary even to print and colour the map, if you can find correct size hexagonal grids for the first game tests, for example from other board games. For example "Mole in the Hole" has a hexagonal map, which is good at least for a 2 players game.

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