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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
This award-winning game is ideal for competitive strategy players as they compete to place their last ball at the very top of the pyramid. Skillful moves and 4 levels of play test a player's ability at vertical thinking and strength of friendship! 2 players. Includes 1 board, 30 wooden spheres & instructions. Ages 8+. Winner, Games Magazine "Best Strategy Game", 1994 and 1995; Mensa Select Top 5 Best Games, 1994.
With just four rules, this simple but elegant game from France's legendary Gigamic is easy to learn, and each full game of Pylos takes only 10 or 20 minutes to complete. But its simplicity is deceptive. The game--recognized by Games Magazine's Top 100, Mensa's Top Five Best Games, the Parents' Choice Gold Awards, and France's Oscar du Jouet and As d'Or--falls into that "minutes to learn, a lifetime to master" family of games, like chess or Go. Players stack 1-inch-wide wooden balls (light and dark) on a 9-by-9-inch board to form a pyramid, and whoever places the top ball wins. But clever rules concerning moving and removing the balls will have you second-guessing and thinking ahead to formulate the perfect strategy. --Paul Hughes
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Pylos is good fun - like a lot of games, a few minutes to learn, lots of games to become a master.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Dopest s*** ever, if your dumb it will show, there are key movements that dominate the game, think many many moves ahead, and take domain over the opponent, we will dominatePublished 9 months ago by david lee woodrow
Instructions are a bit difficult to remember during initial play. Pretty enough to be a decorative piece in the house!Published 13 months ago by David Y.
Great game, easy to learn the basic rules but changing strategies make it still fun after play after many, many times. Would absolutely recommend this game!Published on January 24, 2013 by Jessica
I got this game for Christmas for my 17 year old brother. The whole family was able to enjoy it. It's simple to learn the rules but it's a game of thought and strategy.Published on December 29, 2012 by Katie
The person who was smart enough to invent this game of Pylos deserves credit. The game is logical and challenging. But... Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by Eugene D. Milener