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Tunnelshogi is a game information page. It is categorized as: Three dimensional.
Tunnelshogi. 3-D Shogi variant. (4x4x8, Cells: 128)
By Charles Gilman.
The board used for this game has 4 row(s), 4 column(s), 8 levels/boards, 128 cells/squares.
This game is a 2 player game.
Invented in the year 2004. [2003-2005]. [1999-2009].
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