"It's hard to find stuff when you don't know how to describe it"
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The two images on the left represent a (small & old) wooden board game I found last weekend, second hand, for just 1 euro 20 cents :-) That pencil gives you its real dimensions. Look at the cute webbits :-)
As you can see, there are three 'white' and three 'black' wooden figures on a 'seven cases ladder'. No instructions whatsoever where provided.
Yep: these figures look like 'Rabbits' or 'Hare', 'Hasen', 'Lepri', 'Lapins' etc., so -I desumed- they are probably supposed to spring over each other... along those 'seven steps' ladder. It wasn't easy (for me) to find 'the solution' on the web. Therefore I thought that this could be of some interest for fellow seekers (caveat: usually when I think something is hard to find, is just that I'm not very good at it, and usually much too many readers point out how really easy it was instead). How would you start describing this for your searches? What strings would you use in order to try to find this on the web?
So, to summarize: What is this game? How are you supposed to play it? What's the aim of it? How many players? One or Two? Should players go through the seven cases ladder and will the first to 'exit on the other side' win? Should you move or jump? Or both? As you'll see it is not easy, even for a seeker, to find the 'rules and the name of the game' on our deep, deep (and full of crap) web.