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The Laser Game: Khet 2.0
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- For 2 Players
- Includes 28 pieces and game board
- Batteries included
- Includes 28 pieces plus gameboard
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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1) Pieces are eliminated by hitting them on a non-mirrored side (including your own pieces if you're not careful), with the goal being to eliminate your opponent's pharaoh (the laser causes pieces to glow when hit on a non-mirrored side, which is pretty cool)
2) Each turn you may move a piece one square, or rotate a mirrored piece 90 degrees. Only two special things to keep track of:
2a) Obelisks may be stacked two-high and moved as a stack
2b) The Djed piece can swap places with an obelisk or pyramid (of either color) that is blocking its path
Like other reviewers I'd be willing to pay more for a version that was better aligned, but don't be discouraged.Read more ›
The most fascinating aspect of Khet is the fact that the game is quite simple in terms of rules, but staggeringly complex in terms of strategy. Comparisons made to chess or othello wouldn't be out of line; the game takes literally five minutes to learn, but I anticipate it would take months, if not years, to master.
The board is designed appropriately. I had initial concerns that the board may be a little too small for all of the action that would take place on it, but after a few games I became convinced that wasn't a problem. The pieces are easily identifiable and move in a uniform manner (with one or two exceptions), but the slightest maneuver - be it a piece moving to one side or rotating a mere quarter-turn - can radically change the playing field. I'll admit a little disappointment that the laser beam itself couldn't be seen, but the practical side of me acknowledges that a laser powerful enough to be visible probably should not be packaged in a board game!
My sole concern with this game is whether or not it will prove durable enough to last for a long period of time. The plastic construction of the board and pieces seems sturdy enough, but I am concerned that the mirrored surfaces may become marred, chipped or broken with repeated play.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my 10 year old nephew for Christmas and played several games with him. We both had a lot of fun playing it.Published 3 days ago by KC
we had been looking for this game for quite some time. Super excited to have!Published 4 days ago by Rocio Vega
Great game. FYI eye of Horus extra piece doesn't fit in this 2.0 board.Published 7 days ago by Lynn Kelley
This was a gift for an out-of-town relative. They were pleased to receive it.Published 9 days ago by RUSSELL B.
Kind of a different spin on chess. Very neat game that can trick you if you arent' paying attention.Published 17 days ago by Stacy
I and my 12 yr old have fun playing this, not sure if this is better than chess but definitely lots of combinations and possibilities to keep in mind.Published 17 days ago by Sumit Agrawal
My boys ages 14 and 11 play this repeatedly! Keeps them entertained.Published 22 days ago by Stephanie A Siemer