Jishaku Mag Stone Game
A Game of Strategy and Skill
Jishaku, Japanese for magnet, uses finely polished hematite magnets for playing pieces. There are several variations of the game but the most popular is "I'm Out". While alternating turns with your opponent(s), the goal of the game is to place magnets onto the game base - without letting any magnets connect.
If any magnets connect on your turn, you must collect those magnets and add them to your pile. The first person to run out of magnets wins.
But there is a twist. All magnets have North and South poles. Jishaku magnets do too. They just aren't marked. So as you carefully place your magnet in a hole you can feel the tug of magnets all around the board. Skilled players learn to use magnetic force in their favor- repelling the magnets closest to them without forcing them into other magnets.
Can you use magnetic force to outwit your opponent?
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