Omega risk

Rule the ocean and risk it all with a strategic choice. This is the world map, but in a more detailed version. Have fun. I did!

This game is though and only for the strategical minded. This game uses a variant on the game rules of the popular game RISK and is a kind of Stratego game. Choose your land carefully and don’t try to heat up the enemy until you are ready to conquerer him completely.

Have fun!

Game rules

Game start

  • You can limit the size of the map by creating boundaries at the sides.
  • Every player chooses an island.
  • Select the player that will start (the youngest or roll a dice).
  • Before the game starts, you must divide the territory between all players. In turn, every player will put one brick on one field that he or she desires.

Game play

  • The player that is at turn gets 2 bricks for every island that he owns.
  • Place your bricks on whatever space that is your.
  • You can attack another space next to yours: tell the other players what space you will attack.
  • Move the your brick to the other space to attack. Important: you must keep at least one brick in your own space.
  • Roll 3 dices.
  • The defender rolls 2 dices.
  • The highest number counts –> The looser will lose one brick. No winners with equal numbers!
  • The attacker can continue attacking, until he stops. Then the next player is in turn.
  • Win an island by attacking this island. Defend it carefully!

Readers Comments (2)

  1. YAQOUB ALI ALIBRAHIM April 2, 2016 @ 3:24 pm

    Sir i want high resolution of this map so i can print it on wood . Would you please share a link to download it ?

  2. i was hoping to learn how to play risk omega. i have played regular risk many times but not the omega version. as a general risk rule, the attacker only roles 3 dice if you have 3 or more attacking units, defender only defends with 2 dice if they have two or more units. in a tie, defender always wins. the rules stated here are very general and do not really help me in any way to know how to player regular risk or even omega risk. there is also nothing about risk cards, how to figure out how many units each player gets at the beginning of their turn,or how continents affect that number. the continents are different in risk omega so the main thing i wanted to know was how that changes the game play

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