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Looks interesting! Thanks for sharing!

Some clarification questions:

1. I'm assuming one player is the seagulls and one player is the seals, yes?

2. When you shuffle each stack of 4 cards individually, they get passed to the corresponding player face down?

3. Is a line of cards a straight line or can it bend (i.e. a tic-tac-toe line vs just a sequence of 3/4 like cards connected via arrows)?

4. A "connected card" is defined as a card that is pointing to another? Example: at the end of the round, if I have a card to the left of the anchor with the corner arrows, it is not connected to the anchor because it does not have an arrow pointing to the anchor?

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Hey, thanks for the feedback, I'll make some clarifications in the rules in the morning. But for now:

1. Yes, one player is Seagulls, the other is Seals.
2.  The card stacks are face-up, so you can see what your opponent will be placing.
3. A line of cards is a straight line, either orthogonal or diagonal, with no bends.
4. A card is connected as long as it is adjacent to another card that is part of the contiguous group of cards with the anchor in it, regardless of arrows.

Awesome, thanks for the clarifications! So the arrows only apply when placing the card relative to the coin card?

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That is correct. Also, thanks for the purchase!

We took this camping! Ended up in this situation here. Not sure how to proceed.

I did not foresee this scenario.

I think if one player can't play, the other player gets a point and the coin moves to the anchor. Does that sound fair?