all questions refer to the old version
- back to faq (main) -*Just to make sure of one last point:* Ken Hill interviewed Günter Cornett by email (converting animals into equipment - end of game - 2/3-player board - pick up a second inuk)
random piece setup: question from Clay Blankenship and answer
double move: question from Rob van Wijngaarden and answer
ice crack - double move - end of game: three questions from Josh Bluestein and answer
Every igloo is everyone's home. oops, there were some questions left after Ken Hills interview
|Clay B. Blankenship wrote:|
... Does anyone know if the piece setup is supposed to be as shown in the German rules (exactly) or random? ...
The pieces can be placed randomly, if you notice that - as far as possible - you don't place the inuit and the whales next to an igloo or an inuk next to a whale. So first place the inuit and the whales in this way, and then the other stones randomly. (The 2-player-setup shows a whale next to an iglo, but it's a corner field blocked by a white bear. The 3-player-setup shows an inuk at this field not blocked, but the inuit are far away from the whales).
regards , Guenter
|Rob van Wijngaarden wrote:
I bought your Nanuuk! Game in Essen this year and we all enjoy it very very much. Thanks for this great game. We have one question though:
We you use the huskie and the sledge to make two moves, are you then allowed to hunt twice? In other words, can I catch an animal on both the normal move AND the extra move?
My compliments on your website, it is very interesting.
thanks for enjoying Nanuuk! and your good words.
Double move is meant as a whole double turn. If possible you do all double: double move, double hunt, double crack.
Perhaps another point isn't clear: You must have (and change!) dog and sledge at
the beginning of your double move!
But possible is a good planned triple-move:
2.move: use your new dog-sledge to begin the next double move.
So these are my original rules (But of course it's possible to change them by agreement.)
Tschoe , Guenter
|Josh Bluestein schrieb:|
1) When a hunter moves into an igloo, does the ice crack?
best regards, Günter
referring to dialogue between Ken Hill and Guenter Cornett:
|John Christensen wrote:|
Gunter, you are to be commended on continuing the dialogue between Ken Hill and you as well as others to clarify the rules of Nanuuk. Three of us played the game this week and liked the mechanics.However, a puzzling question (with parts) remains that was not answered on the Internet so far:
best regards, Guenter
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