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).
The Infinite Board Game is released. See The Infinite Board Game for a list of the games in the rulebook, with links to the games' pages (and rules) on this wiki. Then buy the book (and piecepack)!
The Infinite Board Game is announced: "a collection of piecepack games being released by Workman Publishing on September 22, 2015." The 160-page book, curated and edited by W. Eric Martin, comes with rules for 50 of the better piecepack games and its own high-quality plastic piecepack. It retails for $30. Hooray!
Paul Blake, who initiated the 2010 ToyVault piecepack game design contest, has said that it is now extremely unlikely that ToyVault will publish the piecepack in any form, and that he is no longer employed there.
This is bad news for the piecepack community, of course, but at least the winners of the contest and any other entrants can now publish their games on the wiki.
The home page of this wiki is now locked due to excessive spam. If you have something piecepack-related you'd like to see here, such as a news item, please email email@example.com.
One more game has been added to the wiki: Starship Attack.
"In no particular order, the winners of ToyVault's Piecepack Game Design contest are:
For more details: http://boardgamegeek.com/article/5171073
A full-color, five-page article about the piecepack by W. Eric Martin that originally appeared in GAMES magazine has been added to the GamesMagazine page.
Piecepack.org, plus over 50 others.
See also OldNews
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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.