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Oganika - World's most puzzling puzzle? Break Kickstarter!

A project in Amsterdam, Netherlands by NewRoads Gaming

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A unique game based on 36 tiles. Easy to learn yet a mind-boggling challenge for the smartest people. Play alone or battle with others.
Backers: 223
Average Pledge Per Backer: €54

Funded: €11,935 of €50,000
Dates: Jul 15th -> Aug 14th (30 days)
Project By: NewRoads Gaming
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Latest News

The Final message

August 13th - via:
After tomorrow, we won’t be able to contact you via Kickstarter anymore. Please subscribe to our newsletter on if you haven’t already done so. This way we can update you when we relaunch near the end of this year. Once... (Read More)

Important news for all backers: please read!

August 6th - via:
After three weeks of sharing new content with you every day, we stopped sharing updates after day 17 of the campaign. It has been a great journey for us so far and although we probably won’t make  our target, we want to give a big thank you to all... (Read More)

Day 17: Additional Puzzles from the Diamond expansion pack!

August 1st - via:
We are already at day 17 of our campaign and it has been a great joy so far! The enthusiastic reaction from people who are supporting us is amazing and is giving us the feeling that all the hard work has led to something really cool which people... (Read More)

Day 16: The Board Game

July 30th - via:
So today, as promised, the board - download from <here> - and the rules (below). The Board:  Clearly most people are not going to be able to print out the board in a single file, so we've broken it down into 2 pdf.s Print each board pdf out... (Read More)

Day 15: Oganika the Board Game

July 29th - via:
Tomorrow we will post the rules for Oganika the Board Game, along with files so you can print out the board should you so wish.  You'll need to make or find something to use as "counters"- you'll need 18 in total, 9 for each player. It's probably... (Read More)

Day 14: Inspiration from Oganika players

July 28th - via:
The last two weeks, more and more people have print out the Oganika tiles. Did you download and print them already via Hereby an overview of all the great pictures we have been receiving. Thank you all for sharing... (Read More)

Day 13: The solution to the HEX4 challenge

July 27th - via:
The day before yesterday, we explained some of the maths behind Oganika and we challenged you to the question: How many HEX4s can be created with one set of tiles? Well, the answer is: 6588...don't believe us? Then here is an explanation...we hope... (Read More)

Day 12: The Hexagon Expansion Pack

July 26th - via:
Oganika seems to revolve around hexagons. Four tiles can create a small hexagon or Hex4. Sixteen tiles can be connected in three different ways to create a Hex16. And all 36 tiles can also be placed in a variety of ways (we don't know how many!) to... (Read More)

Day 11: The Maths behind Oganika

July 25th - via:
Today, we would like to give you an insight into the mathematics behind Oganika. With the hope that it may inspire you to produce a game mode and enter our competition. The Oganika pieces are based on what is quite a simple but unusual dissection in... (Read More)

Day 10: Kids games

July 24th - via:
We have been busy for such a long time with Oganika, and one of the most important things was test playing it with many friends, family and also a lot of ‘strangers’.  During one of the evenings playing with some friends, Jeroen was too tired to... (Read More)

Day 9: Challenge each other in The Battle

July 23rd - via:
Today we have decided to share the rules for another of the game modes: Oganika The Battle. Note you'll need to use your own markers - 2 different sets of coins would probably be easiest.  Under the rules below are 2 examples of a battle 'field'.... (Read More)

Day 8: The Origins of Oganika

July 22nd - via:
Forget what we said! These tiles weren’t designed, they were discovered – in an abandoned castle – along with a cache of manuscripts and documents. We didn’t really want to say this at first, we thought it too strange - that people wouldn’t... (Read More)

Day 7: The Hexagon

July 21st - via:
We have already shared 12 puzzles and the HEX16 game with you, today we introduce...the Hex36!  What makes this puzzle type so special? Well, it just so happens that there are 36 tiles and it just so happens that it requires 36 tiles precisely to... (Read More)

Day 6: Hex16 - A competitive game mode

July 20th - via:
We know that quite a few of you have already printed the tiles on paper or on 3D, given the many photos we received. Therefore, today we would like to introduce a new competitive game mode: HEX16. The rules are described in the picture below, this... (Read More)

Day 5: Examples of the tiles + solutions of puzzles

July 19th - via:
Over the last couple of days we have received some awesome pictures of people creating their own Oganika tiles. And therefore we thought that it would be cool if we could share these examples with everyone to provide some inspiration! We like the... (Read More)

Day 4: Three more puzzles

July 18th - via:
We are at day four of our campaign and we're happy to share three more puzzles with you! We hope that you are enjoying the first four days of our campaign and are ready for some more challenges.    Please note we also added some explanation... (Read More)

Day 3: We challenge YOU to invent a New Game Mode!

July 17th - via:
Out of the box, Oganika can be played in three game modes: a puzzle (single player), as a battle (puzzle against an opponent) and as a multiplayer strategy game with a board.However: the possibilities of game plays with the 36 tiles are virtually... (Read More)

Day 2: The First Puzzles, try them!

July 16th - via:
First of...a BIG thanks for so many backers!!  As promised yesterday, we will share some Oganika puzzles multiple times during the campaign. To kick off with a nice challenge for you, you will find 9 puzzles below. If you haven't done so yet, you... (Read More)

Download the Oganika tiles for free!

July 15th - via:
Welcome to the first day of the Oganika Kickstarter Campaign! As a result of Kickstarter’s Break Kickstarter campaign, we are launching the “Oganika Crowd Creation Campaign”. During this campaign we will be challenging you to invent an... (Read More)

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