- 1 What are the rules for Stratego?
- 2 How do you win every time in Stratego?
- 3 What kills a spy in Stratego?
- 4 Is Stratego a good game?
- 5 Do bombs go away in Stratego?
- 6 Do bombs stay in Stratego?
- 7 Can you move backwards in Stratego?
- 8 How long does a game of Stratego last?
- 9 How many versions of Stratego are there?
- 10 How many spaces can a spy move in Stratego?
- 11 What does the spotter do in Stratego?
- 12 What does the infiltrator do in Stratego?
- 13 When was Stratego invented?
What are the rules for Stratego?
Pieces move 1 square at a time forward, backwards, left, or right. They cannot move diagonally, jump over or move through another piece. They cannot move onto the same space as another piece unless they are attacking. A piece may not move back and forth between two squares for 3 consecutive turns.
How do you win every time in Stratego?
Winning Stratego tactics
- Choose different Setups.
- Use bombs to protect your flag.
- Mix different ranks.
- Hide your Spy.
- Save some miners for the endgame.
- Trade off when you have the highest rank.
- Spread your Marshal and General.
- Check the arrangement.
What kills a spy in Stratego?
Spies kill ANY piece when they attack first, but is killed by any other piece when attacked. A designated number (I remember it being either 5’s or 7’s) can move through water squares (each lake counts as one “square”) but can only remain “at sea” for 1 turn (or other designated time).
Is Stratego a good game?
It’s even more difficult to get a game of Stratego going because if someone is free to play, there’s usually more than just the one person, so we end up playing something else instead. There’s nostalgia there, but I still think it’s a good choice for a few rounds. It’s a great game.
Do bombs go away in Stratego?
Bombs are unmovable pieces in Stratego that blow up any attacking piece except for miners. The only way that a bomb can be removed from the board is if one of the opponent’s miners attack it.
Do bombs stay in Stratego?
When any piece (except a Miner) strikes a Bomb (Bang!) that piece is lost and is removed from the board. The Bomb does not move into the empty square, but remains in its original position at all times.
Can you move backwards in Stratego?
A piece cannot move back and forth between the same two squares in three consecutive turns. Only one piece can be moved on a turn. Special Scout Privilege: A Scout can move any number of open squares forward, backward, or sideways. But remember, this movement will let your opponent know the value of that piece.
How long does a game of Stratego last?
Each player controls 40 pieces representing individual officer and soldier ranks in an army. Stratego.
|A game of Stratego in session|
|Setup time||2 to 10 minutes|
|Playing time||15 minutes to 2 hours|
How many versions of Stratego are there?
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How many spaces can a spy move in Stratego?
Spies move just like normal Pieces (one space per turn). The Spy loses to any other Piece it attacks, or is attacked by, except when it attacks another Spy, Flag or an opposing Marshall (Rank: 10). If the spy attacks any of these Pieces, it wins the attack. Bombs may not move (or attack) once placed on the game board.
What does the spotter do in Stratego?
A Spotter may attempt to attack and capture any piece on the square in front of it by guessing the piece’s rank. Tell your opponent that you are “Spotting” the piece, then guess. Your opponent must reveal the piece’s rank. If your guess is correct, that piece is captured.
What does the infiltrator do in Stratego?
The infiltrator can infiltrate bombs and the flag.
When was Stratego invented?
1961: Stratego The original version of war board game Stratego was invented by Jacques Johan Mogendorff in 1942, with company Hausemann and Hotte publishing the game starting in 1961.