Game rules Krudoku
What are the game rules of Krudoku? How are points distributed? When do you win the game? Read below the tutorial of Krudoku.
How to play KrudokuThe object of the game is to place all stones (numbers) of your own color on the board. Points are given based on the number and field type on which the stone is placed.
Start the gameEach player receives a total of 63 stones (7 x 9 numbers) at his disposal during the game. Every turn you try to place minimum 1 and maximum 4 of your 7 stones adjacent to each other on the board. You are allowed to place the stones in a straight line, or into an L-shape (up to 1 corner). Whoever the game starts, starts at the red flower stone in the middle of the board.
Game playDuring your turn, at least 1 stone have to adjacent to a previously positioned stone on the board. You can lay a stone next to your own color or a stone of your opponent. If you lay it to a number of your opponent, it should be the same number. Additionally, ensure that both in a horizontal and a vertical row a number of your color occurs only once (regardless of the dark wall stones).
Krudoku’sTo achieve the highest score is advisable to score as many Krudoku's as possible during the game. A Krudoku is a horizontal or vertical row in which the numbers 1 to 9 of your color occure. The order of the numbers doesn’t matter. Each Krudoku gives you 100 bonus points!
Bonus fieldsA stone adjacent to a stone of your opponent gives double the corresponding number. On the board are also several bonus fields. Below is the legend of all fields:
|Red flower stone (start)|
|Bonus field Fan: number x 2|
|Bonus field Geisha: number x 3|
|Bonus field Sumo: number x 4|