Kramer strip

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Kramer strip from Heimlich & Co.

As Kramer bar is called a through the game & Co. Heimlich of the game author Wolfgang Kramer in 1984 popularized a means of scoring in corporate, most board games.

This bar was first used by Kramer in an advertising game he designed in 1982 with the title The Big Company Natural Gas . In the game, the edge of the game board was equipped with a point scale on which additional pieces indicated the score.


This counting method has been used in countless games since then. In some cases, even games like Tabu , which do not actually need a playing field, are now being equipped with Kramer strips, which means that point counting is replaced by paper and pen.

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