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This is a list of games currently available for play at Super Duper Games (http://superdupergames.org) This is a 100% free, no hassle play-by-web hobby site for playing various freely available boardgames asynchronously. Simply make your move and walk away. Perfect for those of us that just don't have a 30+ minute block to sit and play.

Feel free to add suggestions for new games either on this list or on the Super Duper Wiki. Most of all, feel free to come join us! New players are always welcome!

A Note to Authors:
I do everything I can to find and contact the authors of these games before making them available on my site. If ever you find your game listed here and have not heard from me, feel free to contact me.
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1. Board Game: Alfred's Wyke [Average Rating:7.65 Unranked]
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Two player game where one plays the Builder, the other the Destroyer. Square tiles are place in 2x2 plots on a 4x4 grid. The object of the builder is to build up a set of two-story 2x2x2 "houses" (four in a row, four square or a majority) while the destroyer is trying to create the same array of empty plots. On each turn, the players select from a one-out-of-five tile placement or removal set (one on each of five different plots, one on each of one and two on one; two on two, three on one and one on one; four on one). Only three are available on any turn, as a player cannot pick one set that has been placed in the previous two turns. Once a plot is completely built or torn down, it is claimed by a player. The first player to claim four plots in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally), four plots in a 2x2 square, have four more plots than his opponent, or to have claimed seven plots anywhere wins the game.
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2. Board Game: Ordo [Average Rating:7.42 Overall Rank:4751]
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3. Board Game: Homeworlds [Average Rating:7.31 Overall Rank:2176]
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Homeworlds is an abstract space exploration game for the Icehouse game system. This implementation allows for 2-4 players. I like to call it Nihilistic Homeworlds as there is no good vs. evil component. This is a knock-down, drag-out, last-man-standing fight for survival. Specific details regarding this implementation can be found on the wiki. Any ideas for expansion and variation should also be discussed there.
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4. Board Game: Zendo [Average Rating:7.27 Overall Rank:486]
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Zendo is an addictive game of inductive logic where one person takes the role of master and 2-5 others become students. The Master comes up with a secret rule and attempts to lead the students to enlightenment. Both text and image koans are supported.
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5. Board Game: Epaminondas [Average Rating:7.26 Overall Rank:3361]
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Epaminondas is an elegant 2-player game of soldiers. The object is to start your turn with more soldiers on your opponent's home row than he has on yours. The primary movement mechanic is similar to the one seen in Cannon, namely by moving rows of pieces called phalanxes. This is a tremendously simple yet deep abstract that is sure to satisfy.
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6. Board Game: Alien City [Average Rating:7.17 Overall Rank:4187]
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Alien City is a fascinating Piecepack/Icehouse game that is set in the far future and concerns the building of a city on a newly colonized world. Cities in this future contain two types of structures, towers and domes. Towers are owned by the various guilds. Domes are smaller structures used to house the citizens. As with the towers, domes are always associated with a particular guild.

Each of the guilds wants its towers positioned close to the towers and domes of other guilds (their customers) and far away from its own other towers (to avoid competing with other towers of their own guild). The players in this game are competing builders, working to construct the city. At the same time, they are choosing towers for themselves that they hope will be profitable with many close customers and little competition. The choices must be made with care because each builder may only choose three.

The game-play consists of the players alternating turns, placing a tower or dome each turn until either all available towers and domes have been placed or until there are no legal construction sites remaining within the city. Then scores are determined based upon the relative positions of the towers and domes.
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7. Board Game: Lines of Action [Average Rating:7.16 Overall Rank:1795]
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Oldie but goodie.
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8. Board Game: Attangle [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:5569]
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Attangle is the last in Dieter Stein's Stacking Game Trilogy. Here the object of the game is to form stacks of 5 in which your piece is on the top. The game ends when one player forms 3 of these stacks.
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9. Board Game: Amazons [Average Rating:7.14 Overall Rank:2458]
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The game is played on a square grid. Each player starts with four queens (as in chess queens) placed in predetermined locations on their side of the board. On a players turn, they move a queen and then fire an arrow from that queen (the arrow piece moves like a queen also). The space that the arrow lands on creates a permanent block on the board. Arrows can not be shot through queens or arrows. The first player who can not make a legal move (move a queen and then shoot) loses the game.
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10. Board Game: Cannon [Average Rating:7.09 Overall Rank:3461]
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Cannon is an elegant 2-player game of war. Soldiers attack an enemy city using individual prowess and cunning formations.
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11. Board Game: Abande [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:4135]
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Abande is an original abstract game of connected pieces. Place or move pieces and stacks to generate the highest score you can whilst always keeping the board connected. Currently this site implements the orthogonal version of the game board but the hex version should be available soon.
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12. Board Game: Pikemen [Average Rating:7.05 Overall Rank:4319]
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Pikemen is an Icehouse game. Pieces are warriors with long spears known as "Pikes." Each turn a Pikeman may charge in the direction he is pointing and then reorient his pike in a different direction, including straight up for defense. The player who captures a number of enemy Pikemen first wins.

This implementation also provides for longer games by allowing one to choose 15 and 20 point games.
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13. Board Game: Grim Reaper [Average Rating:6.90 Unranked]
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14. Board Game: Qyshinsu: Mystery of the Way [Average Rating:6.89 Overall Rank:4866]
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This game is played on a circular board. Each move dictates the opponent's options. The first player to run out of legal moves loses.
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15. Board Game: Mind Ninja [Average Rating:6.87 Unranked]
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16. Board Game: Realm [Average Rating:6.85 Overall Rank:6325]
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If somebody out there has scans of the original rule book or information on the various games listed therein, I would love to hear about it!
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17. Board Game: Chase [Average Rating:6.83 Overall Rank:2451]
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Chase is a very unique game of movement and capturing. It may not be elegant, but it is certainly fascinating. You'll have to play it to understand. Prepare yourself for a real brain-burner!
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18. Board Game: Volcano [Average Rating:6.82 Overall Rank:2012]
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19. Board Game: Hyle [Average Rating:6.80 Overall Rank:3248]
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Entropy is a 2-player game representing the struggle between Order and Chaos. The Order player tries to organize their board in such a way to score the highest amount. Chaos, of course, attempts to thwart Order whenever possible.

This implementation provides a simultaneous environment where each player has their own Order board. Each player places a piece on their opponent's Order board and then makes a move on their own board, both players acting as both Order and Chaos. The player with the greatest score wins!
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20. Board Game: Gounki [Average Rating:6.78 Unranked]
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Using strategy and careful thinking, be the first to get through your opponent’s lines and place one of your pieces beyond the other side of the board.
 
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21. Board Game: Afrika [Average Rating:6.76 Unranked]
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This modern mancala game has several unusual features: capturing is compulsory, capturing is considered a complete move, and capturing occurs when you have an empty hole. Forced moves and sacrifices are the keys to success in this game.
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22. Board Game: Mate [Average Rating:6.76 Overall Rank:5996]
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SDG implements slightly modified rules as provided by Edward Lovett at [http://www.chessvariants.org/cards.dir/chesscards/].
 
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23. Board Game: Witch Stones [Average Rating:6.71 Unranked]
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A 2-player abstract strategy game in the vein of Pente or Othello. Four types of stones are arrayed on a 9x9 board: earthstones, suns, moons, and crowns. One player plays the suns, and the other player plays the moons. Players take turns removing stones or groups of stones from the board. A player may make one of three moves: (a) removing one earthstone, (b) removing one of their own stones, or (c) removing all of the stones in an unbroken line between two empty board spaces. Players score based on the type of stone removed: 1 point for an earthstone, 2 points for an opposing player's stone, and 5 points for a crown. The first player to reach 50 points wins.
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24. Board Game: Tonga [Average Rating:6.69 Unranked]
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Tonga was the second-place finisher in the 2004 About.com Board/Card Games / Abstract Games Magazine Shared Pieces Game Design Competition.

It's played on a 9x9 board, and players compete to build islands in their own color. The game stops when there is no room for a new piece. At this moment, each player totals the squares of his three biggest isles. The winner is the one with the highest total.
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25. Board Game: Piecepack Letterbox [Average Rating:6.67 Unranked]
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Players hide "letterboxes" somewhere on the board and write clues for the other players. Everyone then attempts to find as many letterboxes as possible. A player gains victory points both when she finds other letterboxes and when other players find hers. The game ends when one player has found all other letterboxes. The player with the most victory points is then the winner.
 
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