# IntroductionEdit

**This ruleset is a straight port of the game "Mijnlieff" designed by Andy Hopwood. More information regarding the original game can be found here. **
The "re-writting" of rules for the Green Box of Games was done by Pedro Dias, based on the rulebook found on boardgame geek.

Leaf/Mijnlieff is a sort of advance tic-tac-toe for **2 players**.

With the Green Box of Games you can play a full game of Mijnlieff (and even extend it if you'd like).

You will need the following components:

- 16 tiles to form a 4x4 playing grid

- 8 Cubes in 2 colors

- 4 sets of cards with the following symbols: Arrow, Hammers, Three Circles and Bricks.

# SetupEdit

Make a 4x4 grid using 16 tiles.

Give each player the cubes of one color and 2 cards of each of the following symbols: Arrow, Hammers, Three Circles and Bricks.

# PlayEdit

Each turn, the active player will place a cube following any active rule (in the first turn of the game, you can place it anywhere) and play a card defining the rule for the opposing player's turn. It's important to remember the following points:

- The new rules is always related to the last cube placed.
- If the opposing player cannot place a cube, the active player takes another turn and can place his cube anywhere.
- There can
**never**more than one cube on a tile

Here are the symbols and the rule associated with them:

- Arrow - The cube placed must be on the
**same row or column** - Hammers - The cube placed must be on a
**diagonal**y connected tile - Three Circles - The cube placed must be placed on a
**non-adjacent**tile (horizontal, vertical or diagonal) - Bricks - The cube placed must be placed on an
**adjacent**tile (horizontal, vertical or diagonal)

# End of GameEdit

Whenever one player plays his last piece, the opposing player gets one last turn (if able) and then they proceed to scoring.

# ScoringEdit

For each line of 4 connected pieces, that player earns 2 points.

For each line of 3 connectedpieces, that player earns 1 points.

The player with most points wins.

# Examples and VariantsEdit

(**Examples**) The original rules file should be used as a reference for any questions: https://boardgamegeek.com/filepage/102059/mijnlieff-rules

(**Variants**) The file above also includes advance play which can make the game more challenging.

(**Variants**) I welcome anyone to come up with powers for the 2 not used symbols from the Green Box of Games