One dimensional. Many layers.

A player moving a piece during a great game of Endless.


Endless is a two-player compact abstract strategy game with a simple ruleset that inspires unique tactics.

It prioritizes creative thinking as the game progresses and the board shrinks, causing pieces to become closer together and defensive positions to be reformed. Players control each phase of the game: choosing their starting positions, moving and rotating pieces, and placing reserve pieces onto the board. Endless’ player choice and dynamic board means that each match is unique.

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Target Audience

Endless has been played by elementary schoolers all the way up to people in their 60’s and 70’s, from people who love board games to people who don’t play them as often, and all of them have enjoyed it. The ideal audience are people who enjoy checkers, chess, go, and other two-player strategy games.