Muzundrum is a three-way crossword-style game of music theory developed by composer and recording artist J S Kingfisher. Players interlace 12-sided musical dice to form scales and triads on a giant honeycomb, forming unique "tonal weaves"... it's great for beginners, challenging for pros, and always mind-bending fun!
Muzundrum can be played by 1-4 musicians of any age. It can also be played in teams, allowing novices to learn from their more experienced partners. The average game lasts 15 to 30 minutes.
A basic working knowledge of key centers, major scales, and triad construction is needed to play Muzundrum - all stuff taught in first-year Music Theory classes and by most private music instructors. In addition to being a heap o' fun, Muzundrum is an effective educational tool, and is being used by high school and college music instructors in classrooms nationwide. It's a great way for anyone to improve their theory chops and become fluent in all 12 keys.