To make the maximum number of points by taking turns to
place one, two or three tokens crossword-style on the
A game can be created from the home page. When creating a
game, the number of players must be defined (between two
When a game is created, an invite link is created (available
from the home page) and must be sent to the other players
so they can join it. The game starts when all the players
joined the game.
The player starting the game is choosen randomly.
How to play
Turn by turn, the players place one, two or three tokens
from their hand onto the board. Tokens must be placed
horizontally or vertically, but must alwayes touch at least
one of the previously placed token.
A maximum of three tokens can be aligned side by side
(horizontally of vertically) and the tokens played at a
given turn must be aligned (although not necessarily
touching each other, they can, for example, surround a third
Each set of three tokens must add up exactly 15. Each set of
2 tokens must add up 15 or less.
For the first turn, one of the played tokens must be placed
on the center space of the board.
Points are counted by adding up the total values of the
Placing token 2 next to
token 4 on the board would
be worth 6 points.
Placing token 7 with token
7 above token
2 would be worth
be worth 24 points (7 + 2 down and 7 + 8 across).
When completing a row or column of three tokens
(therefore summing them to 15), the player will get
the sum of them (15) plus a 15 points bonus. For
example, placing a 2 next
to a 9 and a
4 would give 30 points.
If a player's hand sums exactly 15 points and the
player can play them all at once, a bonus of 50
points will be granted, making the score at least 80
points (30 for completing a set of 3 tokens, 50 for
emptying the hand), plus the points of the adjacent
There are 4 different special spaces on the board:
Doubles and triples: When a token is plcaed over a
double or a triple space, the value of
that token is doubled or tripled. If the played
token completes a row or column of three tokens, the
whole 30 points that the player would have got are
doubled or tripled (granting 60 or 90 points).
The center space must be used on the first turn, and
acts as a double.
Repeat: when playing on a repeat space , the player
will be able to play a second time (after redrawing
tokens to fill his/her hand). Repeat spaces are
cumulative, if after a repeat the player
plays again on another one, he/she will be able to
play a third time.
End of the game and winner
The game ends when all the tokens are played and the winner
is the player having scored the highest cumulative score.