Piecepack Wiki


Photo courtesy Brett & Board

Welcome to the piecepack wiki! The piecepack is to board games what a standard deck of cards is to card games. This is a place where the piecepack community can work on game rules and exchange reviews in a collaborative space. Every page on the site is editable by everyone (see below).

If you want to jump to the Good Stuff, see the Games page for rules to over 200 games you can play with the piecepack.


3 January 2019

With the addition of the games from 2018's Where No One Has Gamed Before contest, the BigBoard now lists 215 piecepack games with rulesets ready to download and play!

1 December 2018

The Italian gaming website Giochi sul nostro tavolo (Games on Our Table) is creating a Ludic Advent Calendar for 2018. They show their readers how to make their own piecepacks, and then behind each window of the online calendar, they place a free piecepack game. (In 2017, they made a similar calendar for Decktet.) Google Translate functionality is built into the website.

See LudicAdventCalendar for English summaries.

14 November 2018

According to Dan Burkey, "Chris [Goodwin] and I are planning to co-host the next contest, to be announced in early 2019." Chris and Dan were the first-place winners of the Where No One Has Gamed Before contest in October 2018.

9 October 2018

The winners of the eighth community piecepack game design contest have been announced. For more information, see Where No One Has Gamed Before Results.

See also OldNews

Piecepack Info

The Games


The Community

What is a Wiki?

A wiki is a web site built collaboratively by a community of users. Anyone can edit a wiki. This means you!

Feel free to add your own content to this wiki. Anything related to piecepacks is fair game. Here are some pages to help you get started.

The Piecepack Wiki is powered by Oddmuse, and hosted by the Center for Ludic Synergy. Site administrator: RonHaleEvans.


Board Game Internet Awards Nominee 2006 for HangingGardens by James Kyle