Mathematical Citation Quotient (MCQ) 2016: 0.40
Why are n-player games much more complex than two-player games? Is it much more difficult to cooperate or to compete? n-player Hackenbush is an n-player version of Blue-Red Hackenbush, a classic two-player combinatorial game played on graphs. Because of queer games, i.e., games where no player has a winning strategy, cooperation is a key-factor in n-player games and, as a consequence, n-player Hackenbush played on strings is -complete.