A board game for 2 or 3 players by João Pedro Neto and Bill Taylor
Iqishiqi (pronounced EE-chee-shee-chee) is an abstract strategy game played on a hexagonal board composed of hexagonal cells. Players own designated edges of the board, and by clever placement of stones they push a neutral stone (the ball) around the board. A player wins if he/she moves the ball to one of his/her edges, or leaves his/her opponent unable to move. The game can be played with 2 or 3 players.
Components: Board (hexhex8), 60 white stones, 1 black cylinder (the ball), 2 yellow discs, 3 red discs, 3 blue discs, carrying case.