Coppit is a running-fight board game created in 1927 by Otto Maier Verlag which was originally called in German: Fang den Hut (or Capture The Hat in English). It was renamed and has been re-released several times, most notably by the Spear's Games company in 1964. It is a game for two to six players and is based partly on luck with a die and partly on strategy. It is similar to the game Ludo and is nominally a children's game.

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  • Fang den Hut (in der Schweiz auch: Hütchenspiel, auf Englisch: Coppit oder Trap the Cap) ist ein Brettspiel und Pachisi-Abkömmling für zwei bis sechs, idealerweise vier Spieler. Der Otto Maier Verlag, Ravensburg veröffentlichte das von dem deutschen Auswanderer C. A. Nitsche-Neves erfundene Spiel bereits 1927 in dessen Elo-Reihe, Grafiker des bis heute kaum veränderten Spielbretts war Fritz Ehlotzky. (de)
  • Coppit is a running-fight board game created in 1927 by Otto Maier Verlag which was originally called in German: Fang den Hut (or Capture The Hat in English). It was renamed and has been re-released several times, most notably by the Spear's Games company in 1964. It is a game for two to six players and is based partly on luck with a die and partly on strategy. It is similar to the game Ludo and is nominally a children's game. (en)
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  • Board for Fang den Hut! with four spokes; Coppit's board has six spokes (en)
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  • Strategy (en)
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  • 2 (xsd:integer)
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  • Die rolls (en)
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  • 120.0
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  • Coppit 1964–present (en)
  • Fang den Hut 1927–present (en)
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  • Fang den Hut (in der Schweiz auch: Hütchenspiel, auf Englisch: Coppit oder Trap the Cap) ist ein Brettspiel und Pachisi-Abkömmling für zwei bis sechs, idealerweise vier Spieler. Der Otto Maier Verlag, Ravensburg veröffentlichte das von dem deutschen Auswanderer C. A. Nitsche-Neves erfundene Spiel bereits 1927 in dessen Elo-Reihe, Grafiker des bis heute kaum veränderten Spielbretts war Fritz Ehlotzky. (de)
  • Coppit is a running-fight board game created in 1927 by Otto Maier Verlag which was originally called in German: Fang den Hut (or Capture The Hat in English). It was renamed and has been re-released several times, most notably by the Spear's Games company in 1964. It is a game for two to six players and is based partly on luck with a die and partly on strategy. It is similar to the game Ludo and is nominally a children's game. (en)
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  • Fang den Hut (de)
  • Coppit (en)
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