Tiger Strategy Game - Two Player Strategy Game
The Tiger Strategy Board Game offers a lively, exciting challenge for all ages and involves an abstract, ever-changing strategy for the two players involved. The game originates in Nepal and is known there as Bagh-Chal and Moving Tigers. The game’s strategy and rules are asymmetrically balanced in the sense that one player plays offense while the other defends. The offensive player controls four red pegs (the tigers) and the defensive player controls up to twenty white pegs (the goats). The tigers’ goal is to 'hunt' the goats while the goats attempt to block the tigers' movements.