This is one of the first piecepack games I played, and I think is one of the best to introduce the system to new players. It's simple and fun and has a nice balance between strategy/tactics and luck, so that new players won't feel intimidated.
Interesting light fare for a Piecepack. Both players are frogs who have got to jump over their "own" lilypads in a pond and then come back home; these lilypads allow the frogs to jump at different lengths.
The game relies mostly on its setup: lilypads are played face-down by the opponent, so that they don't reveal their "jump value". Since they are chosen at random and then turned face-up at the same time, good luck can overweight the sound placement of the lilypads. The end is quite automatic: every once in a while a lilypad can be moved to disturb the opponent's pace, but there's no rule to stop the opponent from moving the lilypad back again to its original position.