The Shibumi game system has been invented in 2011 by Cameron Browne.
Spargo has been invented by Cameron Browne, Spline and Spline+ by Nestor Romeral Andres.
Spline is one of the simplest game that can be played on the Shibumi game system.
Shibumi is the essence of beauty, or elegance in its minimal form. A shibumi object may appear simple but will reward the viewer with hidden depths as it is explored over time. Shibumi is simplicity hiding complexity.
Games and puzzles based on square pyramidal stackings have existed at least since Edouard Lucas' cannon-ball stacking problem of 1875. The most famous 4x4 square pyramidal game is Pylos (published by Gigamic). Shibumi is different due to the third ball colour, drop mechanism, different numbers of players, lack of a board gutter, and the fact that it's a system for playing many games rather than the embodiment of a single game. Some Shibumi games may be playable with a Pylos set but many will not.
The exact rules details are embedded into the application with easy to read graphics.
The 7 variants include all Jocly features:
- artificial intelligence to play alone / offline
- server connectivity to play real people, create or join tables, invite friends
- full rules description
- live games are saved and can be replayed
- ELO based leaderboard
- and many more ...
Ability to play remotely
Ratings and Reviews
Great game but...
Is there a glitch? When I win it just tells me I lose? Am I missing something?
Oh come on it's been 8 months. Nobody's gonna respond to this post?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.