Inventor: Bill Taylor (?),
early 2000s
Ranks: N by M
Sowing: Fractured
Region: New Zealand (?)

Slime-Moku is a variant of Slimetrail. It might be also designed by Bill Taylor (New Zealand), probably in the early 2000s.


The game has almost the same rules as Slimetrail.

However, it has a peculiar "slime trail" and a different winning condition, which changes the whole game.


  • Each player produces slime of his color.
  • If the slime-producing piece gets stuck, the next player may move it to any other empty square.
  • The winner is the first player to get an unbroken row of five stones of his color horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
  • If neither player can achieve his goal, the game is a tie.
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