The game’s board has two sides: one has a 10x10 square field, the other, an 8x8 square field. The lesser field can be used to train or play shorter games.
The kit is comprised of 180 double-sided chips with black and white sides. To play on the big field, 144 chips suffice. To play on the small field, 100 chips are enough.
A sand-glass is used if the game is played with limited time per turn.
Rules in English&French included.
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Your team can consist of 1, 2 or 3 members. Find out who among your friends has a thought pattern similar to your own, and with whom you could set off to space or a long-term trans-ocean journey.
Only in our game, you can change the number of team players during the game.
Our brain consists of the left (logical) and right (visual) hemispheres. Play without any rival to train different functions of your brain!
Each move of your team consists of some simple operations: birth, movement, death (of a chip), which, just like in nature, combined together, produce an infinite number of combinations (or operations).
The operations are similar to the behavior of animals in wild nature and their struggle for survival on a certain territory (wolves and sheep, fish and sharks, deer and leopards).
Your team is a collective mind; it controls ‘the pack’. Your ‘animals’ will take the territory and survive, if you understand each other from the first word and from the first thought.
In his lab, for over 20 years, Dr. Bronn, the author and developer of the CTOR game, has been applying mathematical models to explore the behavior of biological organisms.
In the framework of the Mathematical Biology university course, he used this game to explain to his students the living ecosystem modeling principles.
After several years of research and tests, the author modified the rules, and now, you can play both individually, one and one and in a team game.