Tree House Rush

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Tree House Rush
Designed by Sean Ryan
Around to the finish.
:Players Players: 2 - 4
:Time Length: Medium
:Complexity Complexity: easy
Trios per color: 1
Number of colors: 5
Pyramid trios:
Monochr. stashes: 5
Five-color sets: 1
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1 die
Setup time: 5 minutes
Playing time: 15 minutes - 30 minutes
Strategy depth: easy
Random chance: high
Game mechanics:
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BGG Link:
Status: Initial design (v1.0), Year released: 2009

Game Components[edit | edit source]

The game Tree House Rush is based on the game Snakes and Ladder’s. The game has been modified to use the ice house pieces. The object of this game is to be the first person to get entirely around the game board and land exactly on the last square.

Setup[edit | edit source]

Materials Needed[edit | edit source]

  • One stash of Icehouse pieces

Provided items include[edit | edit source]

  • Game Board: (follow the link and print or copy)

Assemble the materials[edit | edit source]

Assembling requires:

  • Print out the game board
  • Obtain 1 die needed for the game
  • Place the game board on a flat surface
  • Each player chooses a small Icehouse triangle to play with, each of a different color
  • Place a medium Icehouse piece, on the first square

Rules[edit | edit source]

1. Each player rolls the die, the highest number goes first. Then go clockwise around the table.

2. The first player rolls the die and then moves according to the number rolled. When a player lands on a square that tells players to do something, move your piece according to what the square says.

3. The first player to land on the last square wins.

4. In order for a player to win they must land exactly on the last square. If a player rolls a number higher than the amount of remaining spaces, they must return to the start.

First Year Foundations Class Constructive Pastimes, 2009

Around & Around
Behind Enemy Lines
Candy Capture
Capture the Card
The Fast and Ferocious; or, Black Ice
Horde Runners
Icehouse Baseball
Ice House Bowling
Ice Points
One Square at a Time to the Capture
Race to the Top
Switch House!
Tree House Rush
Tri-Prism Face Off