Glaisher is a board game for 2 players by Ken Shoda.
Players separate and move their stacks in order to connect the opposite sides of the board. The mechanics for separation and movement of stacks are dictated by integer partitions with distinct parts, i.e., splitting numbers into sets of different smaller numbers. Players might recognize this mechanism from Kakuro puzzles. The game is therefore named after mathematician James Glaisher, who devised a theorem about integer partitions.
Components: Game board (2 pads), 75 dual-coloured plastic discs, cotton case.
Important notice: My stock of Glaiser discs is limited. Once I run out of pieces, I will use double sided 6mm thick laser-cut acrylic, with a notable increase in price. Make sure you order your copy before this happens.