Rumis

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Designers Stefan Kögl
Publishers Murmel Verlag
Year released2003
Players2-4
Playing time (minutes)30
Luding linkhttp://luding.org/Skripte/GameData.py/DEgameid/13830
Boardgame Geek linkhttp://www.boardgamegeek.com/game/6411
Reviewsdereview  (28.01.2004) by Aaron
dereport  (25.09.2008) by Walter
dereport  (02.04.2009) by Walter
dereport  (10.12.2009) by Walter
dereport  (01.04.2010) by Walter
dereport  (17.02.2011) by Walter
Individual ratingsAaron: 7, Andrea: 9, Günther: 9, Moritz: 8, Peter: 5, Walter: 7, Birgit: 8, Horst: 8, Michael A.: 8
Westpark Gamers' ratingred starred starred starred starred starred starred starred stargray stargray star
Game of the Month
February 2004
This game reminds one of 'Pueblo' at first glance, but the big difference is that the players attempt to build their 3D blocks in a way that makes them as visible as possible. 'Rumis' also doesn't have an interim VP count like 'Pueblo' (which in the latter game sometimes works unfairly), which speeds up the game considerably (one game should take no longer than 1/2 hour). Through the use of variable boards, each demanding a totally different strategy, Rumis develops a unique charm that elevates it from the flood of recent games. It's very simple rules make it a very good 'closer' of a games evening. The game rewards clever imagination, and this is something we like!