Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima, a Polish role-playing game. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemonia (Hegemony), Moloch, and Posterunek (Outpost). Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or when your headquarters is the least damaged at the end of the game.
The second edition of Neuroshima Hex!, released at Spiel 2007, had updated graphics and a new, larger board; a special expansion pack sold at the same time included the Neuroshima Hex! Doomsday Machine 1.0, a fifth army that could be used against any of the other ones.
The first French edition of Neuroshima Hex!, released in 2008, included an additional four Mercenary tiles. The first English edition from Z-Man Games that same year includes the Mercenary tiles and the Mad Bomber tile.
Neuroshima Hex! 3.0, released in 2013 from Z-Man Games, includes rule corrections, the Doomsday Machine army (for five armies in the NH base game), a solo variant with 55 puzzle cards that present you with challenging situations, and new three-player variants: Deathmatch; Deathmatch with scores; one player vs. a team; and a team match (with one player playing two armies).
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Zombie army by [username=abodi]Adobi[/username] (disappeared from previous file sharing website).
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The archive includes Excel file and Numbers files. Xls file has multiple tabs as tables and Numbers file has all in one tab as separate tables.
Both can be used to store results of Neuroshima Hex games.
There are 4 tables: Table1 - is for person vs person results - it calculates rank position in relation to performance of other players, % of won games and other things as well.
Table2 - is for army vs army results. Table3 is used to store players performance with each army.
Table4 is used to record timeline of recently played games (comments can be used to indicated the army played).
It's much easier if you can take small gameboard and few armies to a backpack. Also it's easier to organize a small tournament when you have 2-3 boards and 3 pairs can play at the same time.
A chalk overlay thick paper is recommended for that printing.
Znacznie łatwiej spakować mniejszą planszę i kilka armii do plecaka, jak również łatwiej zorganizować miniturniej, gdy mamy do dyspozycji 2-3 plansze i jednocześnie 3 pary mogą grać.
Polecam gruby papier kredowy "trzysetka"