Triagonal, from sggc Acumen Games, is a game set played on a triangular board with little sticks and triangles. It’s available right now for a cool £5.

The basic game is played like the pen and paper game Dots and Boxes: place sticks on the board, and whenever you place the last stick to form a triangle, you capture the triangle. Only, its a multiplayer game, which makes planning that long setup impossible, and it also leaves you at the mercy of one stupid opponent who hands the game to another.

It adds some special scoring rules for forming a line or a hexagon of tiles. Several variants to the game include rolling special dice which come with the game, but most of the variants look pretty awful. Additional variants are available on line.