Rumble in the House is a simple bluffing game, nearly abstract, designed by Olivier Saffre and published by Flatlined Games.

12 figures are placed in a configurable house with rooms and connecting doors. Each player is secretly identified with 2 of the figures. On your turn, move a figure one room or remove one of the figures from the board if it shares a room with another. Continue until only one figure remains in the house. I’m not entirely sure how the round terminates if players don’t want the last figures to meet, but I’m sure it works out somehow.

Flatlined Games’ other game is a reprint of Lewis Pulsipher’s 1982 game Dragon Rage.

Your score is inversely proportional to how quickly your last figure was removed from the house. Play a few rounds.