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Not a lot of room for strategy in this one.
There are three wooden hemispheres in yellow, blue and red. Each player gets seven wooden chips (cylinders, really) which must be stacked on the hemispheres. Players take turns rolling a colored die and must stack a chip on the corresponding hemisphere, which is placed flat side up on the table. If you spill the stack, you must take all the chips. First player to get rid of all his chips is the winner.
This is a pretty simple little game, but it can be surprisingly frustrating at times. Of course, that may just be the fact that one of my hemispheres has a flat spot on the round side, which makes it easier to balance a stack of chips. The couple of time we played this, the winner was the person who rolled the "easy" color the most.
Is it supposed to be flat on the bottom of that one, or did you just get a flawed piece?
Maybe it has fallen on the floor once, mine ar all round. (On the right side )