Q: Martian Chess: What happens if players keep moving a potential last piece back and forth over the border so that the end condition cannot be reached?

A: Here’s the ruling on stalemates in Martian Chess: Occasionally, the game can become deadlocked. If 27 moves go by in which neither player captures a piece, the game ends. If the score is tied, then it’s a tie, but if one player has more points, they win.

This has been added to the rules for Pyramid Arcade, but previous iterations of the rules did not include this info.