Push Fight was created 25+ years ago, and it all started with the game board.  My goal was to invent an aggressive game, and I drew a few board designs on paper.  It didn't take long to come up with the current board design (side rails and all), and I built one out of wood. I loved the way it  looked, and I stuck with the design.   The game pieces (and the way they worked) came to me in just a few days, and I loved the way it played.  What I didn't like, though, was having the ability to reverse a push.  So, I came up with the anchor.  As time went by, I realized that the anchor adds a lot to the strategy, too.   I built and sold my Push Fight games for many years.  One day, two of my games were walked over to the offices of Penny Arcade.  Several folks there loved playing, and they played for 3 years before contacting me about it.  They did an interview with me and posted about Push Fight on their webpage. I was immediately swamped with orders, and they asked if they could get involved.  We signed a licensing deal, and they are publishing the table top version of my game.  Their beautiful limited edition wooden game has been released, and I couldn't be happier. In addition to that, Chaotic Neutral Studios has created a great app for my game.  Its beautiful!   I hope you enjoy my game.  Look for tournaments in the future. Brett Picotte 
You must play offense and defense during every turn, and danger is always near. The game is fast-paced and can be over in just minutes.  Sudden finishes are common!
Each player controls a team of 5 game pieces, and the game flows and changes rapidly. Experienced players have a big advantage over novice players.
Each turn consists of two moves (maximum) and a push. The goal is to push ONE of your opponent's game pieces off the board at either end. You can also win by getting your opponent to give up because they are trapped. In essence, it is a submission fight on a game board.
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Created by a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner to train his students, Push Fight is a pure strategy game of positioning, foresight, and force. Each player takes turns moving their pieces into advantageous positions, and then pushing with one of their pieces. A back-and-forth game of lures, escapes, and clever aggression ends when a single piece is pushed off the board.
For a quick look at how Push Fight works, check out these videos.
Product Details: Ages: 8+ Number of players: 2 Playing time: 5-15 minutes Box Contents 1 solid wood playing board 1 rulebook 10 solid wood play pieces (5 of each color) 1 solid wood red anchor piece
Created by a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner to train his students, Push Fight is a pure strategy game of positioning, foresight, and force. Each player takes turns moving their pieces into advantageous positions, and then pushing with one of their pieces. A back-and-forth game of lures, escapes, and clever aggression ends when a single piece is pushed off the board.
For a quick look at how Push Fight works, check out these videos.
Product Details: Ages: 8+ Number of players: 2 Playing time: 5-15 minutes Box Contents 1 solid wood playing board 1 rulebook 10 solid wood play pieces (5 of each color) 1 solid wood red anchor piece
Push Fight was created 25+ years ago, and it all started with the game board.  My goal was to invent an aggressive game, and I drew a few board designs on paper.  It didn't take long to come up with the current board design (side rails and all), and I built one out of wood. I loved the way it  looked, and I stuck with the design.   The game pieces (and the way they worked) came to me in just a few days, and I loved the way it played.  What I didn't like, though, was having the ability to reverse a push.  So, I came up with the anchor.  As time went by, I realized that the anchor adds a lot to the strategy, too.   I built and sold my Push Fight games for many years.  One day, two of my games were walked over to the offices of Penny Arcade. Several folks there loved playing, and they played for 3 years before contacting me about it.  They did an interview with me and posted about Push Fight on their webpage. I was immediately swamped with orders, and they asked if they could get involved. We signed a licensing deal, and they are publishing the table top version of my game. Their beautiful limited edition wooden game has been released, and I couldn't be happier. In addition to that, Chaotic Neutral Studios has created a great app for my game.  Its beautiful!   I hope you enjoy my game.  Look for tournaments in the future. Brett Picotte 
You must play offense and defense during every turn, and danger is always near. The game is fast-paced and can be over in just minutes.  Sudden finishes are common!
Each player controls a team of 5 game pieces, and the game flows and changes rapidly. Experienced players have a big advantage over novice players.
Each turn consists of two moves (maximum) and a push. The goal is to push ONE of your opponent's game pieces off the board at either end. You can also win by getting your opponent to give up because they are trapped. In essence, it is a submission fight on a game board.
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