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how is the game played? Feb 2, 2014
You put all the tiles into a bag. Each player get six tiles. The idea is to make lines with either color or shape in common. Each player gets points based on what they have added to, and there are points for completing a "Qwirkle" - adding the last tile to a line of all six shapes of the same color, or all six colors of the same shape. Here are more rules at this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qwirkle
This is the second time I read a review stating that the product is a cheap imitation of the original game. Now the cheap plastic, with a stinky odor? Oct 20, 2013
No, the one I ordered is wood and has no smell at all. We are very happy with it as we are a family that tried to avoid plastic.
We have 8 family members. Could you play with more people if you used 2 sets of the game? Nov 9, 2013
It should work fine...if you have a big enough table to spread out on. Enjoy!
I think so, my granddaughter is 6 and I played with her, it was fun for both of us!! Her almost 10 year old brother and her mom played too, and it was fun for all of us. Others around the table joined in with coaching. I'm very pleased that I bought it for her.
I read a few reviews that said the tiles were plastic. The description on Amazon says wood. So...wood or plastic? Dec 3, 2013
The one I received from Amazon (about two years ago now) has wooden pieces.
Either would be okay but I think kids love it more as it is based on matching colors and shapes. Try blokus or rumus this is good for kids but a bit more strategic for adults