Outbuild and outsmart your opponents
one block at a time!
RUMIS, meaning "stones" in the ancient language of Quechua, is a game of geometric strategy based on the amazing architecture of the Inca. Using irregular blocks of stone in a variety of shapes and sizes, the Inca built monumental architectural marvels that have withstood the test of time. RUMIS challenges players to outbuild and outwit their opponents as they reconstruct historical Inca monuments of a pyramid, tower, stairs and wall.
Each player receives 11 RUMIS stones of one color. Players begin constructing the building one stone at a time, strategically placing their stones to prevent opponents from having the most visible colored stones. Construction is limited by the shape and height of the building and by the number of players. The player with the most stones visible from above is the winner!
44 Rumis "stones" (red, yellow, blue and green)
4 game boards
Custom RUMIS turntable that allows players to view their structures from every angle
Instruction guide with variations on the game, including a habit-forming version of solitaire
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