Batik

Players one by one drop wooden pieces into the playing area. If your piece sticks out of the playing area you lose round and lose that piece to the other player. First one to have no pieces to put in the playing area loses. Each player has a set of...
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Izpārdots

Players one by one drop wooden pieces into the playing area. If your piece sticks out of the playing area you lose round and lose that piece to the other player. First one to have no pieces to put in the playing area loses.
Each player has a set of wooden pieces in various shapes. The playing area is formed from two sheets of parallel Plexiglas. Players take turns dropping pieces into the gap until a piece cannot be wholly inserted. The owner of that piece loses the round, and forfeits the offending piece. A new round begins, with the winner of the previous round playing first. Play continues until one player has no pieces when it is their turn to move; they lose the game.