Objective: Total infestation.
How to Play:
1. Roll 1d10 to determine who goes first. Lowest roll is the winner. 10/0 on the die counts as a 0.
2. First, take turns placing a single token somewhere on the edge of the board. This is where your virus will grow from. In the case of a two player game, each player will take turns placing two tokens at two different locations on the board’s edge. Initial token placement must be at least 10 squares away from another player’s token, not counting the square the other player is on, or the square you’re placing you token on.
3. Roll 1d10, and count 10/0 as a 0. Whatever number you roll is the amount of spread your virus can do this turn.
4. Place tokens on the board equal in number to the roll you just made. Tokens must extend your current virus, they cannot be placed anywhere that does not connect to tokens already placed by you. In the case of a two player game, a player may place tokens at either starting point, or split the spread between their two tokens. Your virus must also, not cross another players virus. They may touch, but cannot pass. Diagonal token placement is aloud.
5. Once all tokens are placed the player clockwise from you goes next. In the case of a two player game, the other player goes.
How to Win:
Once players can no longer move in a way that would stop the spread of another players virus, or enter a territory begun by another virus, then the game is over, and the person with control of the most board wins. Board control includes anything you’ve boxed in.