Active Sellers
Things From Another World
Puzzle Master
Catch the Hare
Catch the Hare
by KOSMOS, (Public Domain) (1283)
Player Count

Playing Time
10 minutes
  • Abstract Strategy
  • Medieval
  • Novel-based
  • Designers
  • (Uncredited)
  • Günter Burkhardt
  • Alfonso X de Castille
  • Mechanisms
  • Point to Point Movement
  • Family
  • Hunt games
  • Animals: Rabbits
  • Alquerque
  • Freche Mädchen - freche Spiele!
  • Combinatorial
  • Rating: 5.17/10 from 9 users


    The earliest recorded hunt game in Europe, Catch the Hare was mentioned in Libro de los Juegos (Book of Games) commissioned by Alfonso X in 1283. It is played on an alquerque board, with one side taking the part of a hare and the other taking 12 hunters. The hunters must trap the hare so that it cannot move; the hare must kill enough hunters to make their task impossible.

    Game Discussions

    Add Comment

    You need to be logged in to comment.

    Comments (0)

    No comments yet. Be the first!


    No listings at the moment.

    Do you own this game?
    Best Sellers
    Board Games

    Latest Searches: math boardgames | codenames | computer games | Monopoly Alaskas IDITAROD Sled Dog Race Board Game COMPLETE Parker Brothers | oxnard oply | Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years The Avengers Iron Man Mark VII | kansas city chiefs | jaxopoly | hasbro | library | What h ya mouth | Beybladeburst | dont wake dad | scrabble deluxe | quebec | spirit of america | Vintage Jalopy Race Board Game Milton Bradley Number 4326 | Peanut panic | snake oil | Westbank Louisiana | pathfinder skull | henchman | cranium jr | hasbro gaming road teip monopoly | glum | 10-4 Mr Truck Driver | rival | Diamonds club | Wigui | chicago cubs monopoly
    Sitemap: All Categories | All Publishers | All Designers | All Mechanisms | All Artists | All Family
    © 2018-2019 | Your source for everything to do with Board Games
    All Rights Reserved
    Privacy Policy | Contact Us