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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Go head-to-head against your opponent in this tactical game of city planning. Draw a shape card and then simultaneously try to fit the matching tile into your city grids. Plot wisely as you must always have space to play your next piece. Build your city without going over the limits and consider yourself the master planner.
There’s nothing like a great city rivalry Sparta vs. Troy, Paris vs. London, New York vs. Los Angeles. Now add to the list – yours vs. your opponent’s. Put your spatial thinking and strategic planning skills to the test as you try to fill your city grid in the most efficient pattern. Do your best to plan a few moves ahead, but beware: Shapes will be drawn and random and not every tile will be used. Contains rules of play and rules in Spanish. 42 city cards, 2 tiles, 4 starter tiles and 2 games boards. Playing time is about 15 minutes. 2 teams or players. Ages 8 and up.
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Fun, not so challenging game. Quality is great and is really meant for 2 player game really. Also, do not lose a piece because every piece is important to the game.Published 6 months ago by ProcrastinatingZombie
Great short game. I can play each kid and the others don't get bored waitingPublished 7 months ago by Mom of Five
Very interesting game. You place the tiles into the board trying to leave room for more. It is fast and fun to play and a game only takes minutes. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brian Covington
We just got this for our 4 and 7 year old boys. I knew our 7 year old would love it since he adores Legos and other building or puzzle toys. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Katie Moore
Great game! Similar to Blokus which we love to play with the kids & I find interesting as well :)Published 11 months ago by Sshookem
It's like Tetris in a board game version. A lot of fun and builds good thinking skills. A great addition to your game closet!Published 15 months ago by Giggles
My grandkids (ages 8 and 4), loved this game. They spend hours playing, building cities, I got involved too, and it was fun!Published 16 months ago by Barbara