Pip count

From Looney Pyramid Games Wiki

The phrase pip count usually refers to the sum of pips on pyramids in a particular group or with a particular quality. A pip count may be zero when the group or quality has no pyramids. Some examples:

  • A Zendo rule may state AKHTBN iff its red pip count is greater than its green pip count.
  • Armada players could build fleets by pip count (e.g. each player gets up to 8 ships with a fleet pip count of 12), as in Robot House.