QANGO - General game info
QANGO
2 players, 2-8 minutes, 7 years and older
AuthorKlaus Burmester (Klaus10)
IllustratorArnold Reisse
Published byQANGO
Online since 2019-09-28
Developed byTom Powers (mregamr)
Boardgamegeek200632
Yucata.de owns a license for the online version of this game. A big "thank you" to the copyright owners (publisher and/or author and illustrator) who make it possible to have this game for free online here!
QANGO - Rules

QANGO

Players place their discs on a square multicolored board and try to either get three of their discs in one group of the same color, four discs in a square, or five discs in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal row to immediately win the game.

On Yucata only the variants "Tournament Rules" can be played scored. All other variants are unscored.
Game Components
1
game board 6x6
1
game board 7x7
40
player discs (20 each in 2 colors)
Game Play

Beginning with the start player (chosen at random), players take turns placing a single disc of their color on any free square on the game board.

The board has two sides: QANGO 6 with 6x6 squares, and QANGO 7 with 7x7 squares.

The QANGO board consists of colored squares where 3 of each with the same color are connected (examples shown in the picture).

Game End

The game is won by the player that has placed...

EITHER 3 discs in a single colored area...

OR 4 discs in any square...

OR 5 discs in a single line.

The game ends in a tie if all squares are taken (QANGO 6 and QANGO 7 Plus) or all 40 discs have been placed (QANGO 7) without one player fulfilling a winning condition.

Variants

QANGO 6 - Variants

THE CASTLE RULE:

The start player may start anywhere but in "the castle". These are the 8 squares each marked (X) as shown in the picture on the left.

THE TOURNAMENT RULE:

The starting player may only start at the edge. The squares each marked (X) as shown in the picture on the right are forbidden for the starting disc.

Only tournament games may be scored.

QANGO 7

For QANGO 7 the same rules apply as for QANGO 6.

The only peculiarity is the single yellow square in the middle which does not belong to any area. It can be taken and can be used to win by square or line condition.

The game ends tied if all 40 discs have been placed without a winner.

QANGO 7 - Variants

For stronger players we recommend one of the following rules.

The starting player may start anywhere except for the squares marked with (X).

THE CASTLE RULE (shown left)

THE PROFESSIONALS RULE 1 (shown right)

THE PROFESSIONALS RULE 2 (shown outer right)

QANGO 7 - Variants

For stronger players we recommend one of the following rules.

The starting player may start anywhere except for the squares marked with (X).

THE CASTLE RULE (shown left)

PROFESSIONALS 1:

PROFESSIONALS 2:

QANGO 7 Plus

QANGO 7 Plus is played on the QANGO 7 board, but the 12 grey squares in the corners are not available.

QANGO 7 Plus - Variants

THE EDGES RULE (shown on the left)

The starting player may only start at the edge.

THE TOURNAMENT RULE (shown on the right)

The starting player may start only on one of the 4 squares without 'X'.
Only tournament games may be scored.

 
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