What are Looney Pyramids?

The pyramids are not so much a game, as a game system - like a deck of playing cards, a set of components that can be used to play all sorts of different games. And here at Looney Labs we have been making and playing pyramid games for almost 25 years!

Traditionally, they were known as Icehouse pieces, since Icehouse was the first pyramid game that launched the system in 1986. Some people call them Treehouse pieces, after the starter game we later sold for many years. Many refer to them by whatever game they themselves learned first. But the official name is Looney Pyramids, named for their inventor, Andrew Looney.

 

 

How can I buy Looney Pyramids?

 

IceDice

30 pyramids
2 dice
2 games

 

Treehouse

15 pyramids
2 dice
2 games

 

Pink Hijinks

9 pyramids
1 die
1 game

 

 

Pyramid Primer

rules to 13 games

Rainbow Stash

15 expansion pyramids

3 ea in 5 colors
no rules

Xeno Stash

15 expansion pyramids

3 ea in 5 colors
no rules

 

Contact Us if you need Single Replacement Pyramids

Accessory products for Looney Pyramids...

 

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You can call yourself a Starship Captain if you know how to play 10 pyramid games... Sign up for Cadet Training at a store near you - or if you want to train at home, you can even download a fold-up version of the Cadet Syllabus (folding directions).

Here is a list of everything you need to buy to play all 13 games in the Pyramid Primer: 6 Rainbow Stashes (IceDice, Treehouse, plus 3 Rainbow Stashes), Martian Coasters, World War Five, Pyramid Primer #1, and if your budget permits, a Volcano Board.  

 

Other links to things relating to these wonderful little pyramids...

Even more Pyramid Games!