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    www.accasta.com Accasta is an abstract board game for two players invented in spring 1998 and is the first game of the Stacking Game Trilogy by Dieter Stein.
  • Accasta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accasta Accasta is a stacking abstract strategy board game on a hexagonal board for two players. The game was designed by Dieter Stein and published solely over the web and ...
  • Accasta | Board Game | BoardGameGeek

    boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/9060/accasta Accasta is an abstract strategy game played on a 37-cell hexagonal board. Players are provided with 20 pieces each (Shields, Horses, and Chariots) and try to place at ...
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      www.gamerz.net/pbmserv/accasta Help For Accasta Introduction Welcome to the network Accasta server. The rules of Accasta and the notation standard are below. The commands are the same for all ...
    • Accasta - Sensagent.com

      dictionary.sensagent.com/ACCASTA/en-en Accasta is a stacking abstract strategy board game on a hexagonal board for two players. The game was designed by Dieter Stein and published solely over the web and ...
    • Accasta - Digplanet

      www.digplanet.com/wiki/Accasta Accasta is a stacking abstract strategy board game on a hexagonal board for two players. The game was designed by Dieter Stein and published solely over the web and ...
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      www.aboutus.com/AcCasta.com Title. Accasta.com Description. Excerpted from the website: Accasta is an abstract game by Dieter Stein, played with stackable pieces on a hexagonal board.
    • Accasta - Freebase

      www.freebase.com/m/023nz0 Accasta is a stacking abstract strategy board game on a hexagonal board for two players. The game was designed by Dieter Stein and published solely over the web and ...
    • Talk:Accasta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Accasta This article is part of WikiProject Board and table games, an attempt to better organize information in articles related to board games and tabletop games.
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