Sinoda is an abstract strategy game in which players attempt to win by taking each other’s pieces. However, it’s not the number of pieces that matters, but the point value of those pieces.
A game of Sinoda in progress
Each turn, players can either move a piece on the beautiful “Flower of Life” board or change the value of a piece up or down by one. The number shown at the top of each pyramid piece is its movement value and its point value. The more maneuverable your piece, the more points it is worth to your opponent if they take it, so plan each move wisely!
This game of Sinoda ends with the orange player victorious!
The game takes about 20 minutes to play, and the rules are easy to learn. But the strategy and forethought for each move can be very deep!
Here’s a short video for an overview of how the game works:
Do you want to try it now?
If you have Tabletop Simulator, you can play Sinoda now! Here is the link to the two-player version of Sinoda for Tabletop Simulator: Sinoda 2-player
There is also a multi-player version for you to try: Sinoda Multi-player
If you are a game publishing company and are interested in producing Sinoda, send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. We would like to work with you!