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Wanju: the Game of Life By Ray B May IV
This booklet is a simple look at Wanju. What it is and the complete rules. Also this booklet looks to the future with a breakdown of what tournament would be like and the difference between tournament and casual play.
The Complete Wanju Rules
This is the complete rules of Wanju including all aspects of the game.
Game Play Sheet
Do you want to record your games? You will need this Game Play Sheet to do so. This is a specific sheet made to record the game of Wanju on. To use this you will need to read the “Game Play Notation” section of the Rules.
Full Size Set:
Here is the full sized Wanju board. To be able to make it you will need to cut along some edges and tape (or glue) it together but the board is large enough to play on easily. (Assembly Required.)
These are the full sized Wanju pieces including a “Cursive Calligraphy” style set of pieces and a normal style set of pieces. They will need to be cut out.
The Travel Board is small enough to fit on a single piece of paper and requires no cutting or assembly. Just print it and go.
The Travel Pieces are pieces small enough to fit on the Travel Board. They require cutting them out. They also come in two styles (just as the Full Size Pieces) “Cursive Calligraphy” style set of pieces and a normal style set of pieces.
First Game of Wanju Ever Played
This is the first game of Wanju that was ever played and it is recorded in the Wanju Notation.
First Full Sized Game Ever Played
Just as the name says this is the first full sized game and it is recorded in the Wanju Notation.