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Piz Beverin / Analog-Game

Piz Beverin
Piz Beverin

Piz Beverin

Piz Beverin is a big mountain in the Swiss Grisons. Many marmots live there. But also the clever eagles, which are on the lurk for inattentive marmots.
The two players place their seven marmots with different weight on their landscape.
When the first player hits a marmot, it is weighed on the scale, and he can attack a second time. When no marmot has been hit, it is the other players turn.
If the eagle crashes into a tree, the other can attack twice.
As soon as the first player has hunted all marmots, the game is over. But the winner depends on the weight all marmots have on the scale. The heavier hunt wins.

University

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
Bern, Switzerland

Sara Wälti,
Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz hgk

Monika Aeschbacher,
Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz hgk