Martian Frisby

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Martian Frisby
Designed by Dan Efran
A race game on a narrow board where players try to block each other and get the roll that will propel their pieces into the required nested configuration.
:Players Players: 2
:Time Length: unknown
:Complexity Complexity: Low
Trios per color: 2
Number of colors: 2
Pyramid trios:
Monochr. stashes: 2
Five-color sets: 2
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A 2x8 board, Dice
Setup time: 1 minute or less
Playing time: 10 minutes
Strategy depth: Low
Random chance: High
Game mechanics:
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BGG Link: [1] Martian Frisby
Status: Complete (v1.0), Year released: 1999
The following claim is probably debatable, but the game desginer notes that "To my knowledge, this is the first game to exploit the nesting (not stacking) property of the new injection-molded Icehouse sets. It is also one of the first to utilize both Icehouse pieces and dice."

Martian Frisby is a 2-player race game played on a nearly linear board. Each player needs 2 nests of pieces.

Designed by Dan Efran, 1999.

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