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Qwirkle Board Game

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Product Description

TACTICAL STRATEGY: Featuring a massive amount of in-game choices, including three tiles each of thirty-six possible color-symbol combinations, Qwirkle is the perfect game to hone player's tactical maneuvers, strategical planning, and forward thinking. Will you see the monolithic move that catapults you into first place?

EASY-TO-FOLLOW RULES: An engaging game with easy-to-follow rules, Qwirkle is great for younger players. The rules of the game are basic: simply build lines by matching tiles based on either color or shape, and score points for doing so. However, the ability to build complex combinations will keep children interested and engaged, and challenge them mentally.

GAMES THAT TEACH: Qwirkle is playable from early ages up, allowing young children and older individuals alike to develop and hone their spacial recognition, planning, and problem solving skills. Plan, win, and learn simultaneously!

FAMILY FAVORITE: Qwirkle is a fantastic game for families, as it can involve a wide range of ages, from children to adults. It only takes a few moments to explain, so new players such as extended family or your child's play dates can jump right in and play.

INCLUDES: Product comes with 108 wooden Qwirkle tiles, 1 drawstring bag, 1 rule book.

An addictive strategy game in the tradition of Sequence, Scrabble, and Othello, the Qwirkle Board Game from MindWare
has a simple, straightforward premise: match tiles and win points. But the real joy of the game lies in plotting and
scheming your way to victory. Winner of the Parent's Choice Gold Award and a Mensa Select National Competition Winner,
Qwirkle is destined to be a family game night favorite. This game is designed for ages six and up and for two to four
players.

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Qwirkle
Board Game
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* Ages: Six and up
* Players: Two to four

At a Glance:
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* A fun twist on Scrabble and matching games
* Players strategize to make matches and earn points
* Comes with 108 wooden tiles
* Winner of Parent's Choice Gold Award and Mensa National Competition
* Includes drawstring bag for tile storage and instructions

Mindware Qwirkle Board Game
Mindware Qwirkle Board Game This award-winning strategy game is easy to learn. View larger. Mindware
Qwirkle Board Game Match colors and shapes in this enthralling strategy game. View larger.

Mix, Match, Score, and Win
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Qwirkle consists of 108 wooden blocks with six different shapes in six colors. Using the blocks, players attempt to
score the most points by building lines that share the same shape or color. The simple setup makes this an instant
winner for younger kids, while adults will enjoy strategizing to win.

How to Play
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A typical game of Qwirkle lasts about 45 minutes--longer when you're first learning how to play--and players will
likely catch on to the rules in no time at all. The game can be set up anywhere, although a large tabletop is best to
accommodate the generous number of tiles. The only other thing you'll need is a pencil and paper to keep track of
everyone's point count.

Each tile has an illustration on the back (circle, eight-point star, four-point star, square, clover, or diamond).
Each of these symbols appears in six different colors (red, yellow, orange, green, blue, and purple). In total, the game
has three tiles each of the 36 possible color-symbol combinations. To help make sure you don't lose any tiles in between
games, Qwirkle comes with a drawstring storage pouch.

Straightforward, Easy-to-Follow Rules
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As in Scrabble, the game starts with players drawing their own "hand" of six tiles. The player with the most tiles that
share something in common (color or symbol) plays their pieces and wins points. And so it goes until the pieces make up
a giant grid. One rule adults will likely need to reiterate to little ones is that duplicate tiles don't count. For
instance, if someone has three diamonds, and two of them are green, they can only count one of those diamonds for
points.

As play continues and the stakes get higher, younger kids may need some help deciding where to build to maximize their
points. Our testers found that the length of the game may make younger kids squirmy halfway through. To keep them
engaged, parents can always distribute half the number of tiles to start. The game is over when all the tiles have been
played and all the points have been tallied.

What's in the Box
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108 wooden tiles, cloth drawstring bag, and instruction booklet.

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