Liner A is a board game. It originates from school notebooks and is known only as a soccer game called ?Paper Soccer?. But the Liner game contains not only soccer. It offers 61 playgrounds of 18 sports (badminton, basketball, field hockey, floorball, football, football tennis, handball, hurling, ice hockey, lacrosse, netball, roller hockey, shinty, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, water polo) and not only golden goal rules.
Liner is played by two players, on opposite sides of a playground, alternating moves. The playground is divided into squares.
There are three types of playground: playgrounds with goals, playgrounds with a net and football. Playgrounds with goals are: basketball, field hockey, floorball, handball, hurling, ice hockey, lacrosse, netball, soccer, water polo. Playgrounds with a net are: badminton, table tennis, tennis, volleyball.
Lead the ball to goals (a playground with goals) or out of the playground on your opponent''s half (net playgrounds).
Use thick lines (made moves), spots, goals or borders to bounce from them. When you cannot bounce, your opponent starts to move. Wait until he ends his turn.
You cannot move on thick lines, outside lines and moves already done. The ball changes its color. Move, when the ball is in your color.