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FAQ & Download: Urknall

Posted by admin on May 22nd, 2012

Here you will find frequently asked questions about the gameplay, the material or other aspects of the game. If your question is not answered here, please contact us at this email address.

How is my turn done exactly?
  • The turn of a player begins with a die roll, which represents the gravitational influence. Apart from that, no action is required at first.
  • Then the player moves his astronaut to another celestial body and marks a free space on an element with one of his asset markers.
  • Then gravitation is applied (see the following explanation)
How does gravitation work? When do I connect celestial bodies?

The gravitational die shows a value. If this value is greater than or equal to the sum of the two smallest celestial bodies without astronauts, then the player must connect two celestial bodies (without astronauts) to one, whereby the celestial body that is created must not contain more elements than the die number shows. The example shows a union on a roll of 5 or 6.
How does gravitation work? When do I separate celestial bodies?
You can separate celestial bodies only with a die roll of 1 or 2. In addition, the element number of the smallest celestial body must be less than or equal to the result of the die roll. Then the player can separate a celestial body. In this example, a 1 was rolled.

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