BARRICADE board game rule
2 to 4 players - From 6 years old
Goal of the game :
The 1st player who manages to land his ball on the finish point (the white circle at the top of the board) is declared the winner of the game.
Each player chooses 5 marbles of the same color and places them in the corresponding colored spaces at the bottom of the board. We then position the barricades (white balls) on the 11 red locations placed all along the course.
Departure of the game and movement:
The players take turns throwing the dice, the one who makes the highest score begins by moving one of his balls by the number of points obtained. (The colored holes in the starting area do not count as displacement).
All balls can move forward, backward and to the side, however, a ball cannot retrace its steps when moving.
If a player cannot move any of his marbles, he waits for the next stroke.
If a ball lands on an opponent's ball, the opponent's ball returns to the starting square. Barricades are obstacles. They can only be passed in a move if the ball lands directly on them. In this case, the player can place the barricade in the area he wishes except in the 1st row located directly after the start. Barricades not only block other players' marbles but also serve to protect their own.
When moving, you can pass over your pawns and those of your opponents.
End of Game :
The first player whose pawn lands on the finish square is declared the winner.