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Konexi -Deluxe / Premium
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- Product contents, trapezoid-shaped box, 26 3-D stacking letters, 1 nylon travel bag, 1 die, 1 premium mover token, 1 pad of paper, 1 pencil, 1 game rules manual
- Age 10+, number of players 2 to 4
- Awards 2010 Oppenheim Gold Award, 2010 Creative Child Preferred Choice Award, 2010 Parents' Choice Silver Award, 2010 The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
- The wonder forge features family games designed to bridge generation gaps and build family bonds
- Its preschool sub-brand, i can do that, games, is designed to celebrate the "can do" in every kid, with games that engage children physically, socially and creatively. Deluxe and premium are one and the same
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I would buy this game again!
Updating the review. We have had this game for a year now, we play it fairly often and it has help up fine. No issues with any of the pieces. Every time we play this game with someone new, they fall in love with it. People who have played with us before either ask to play again when they come over or ask us to bring it with us to play when we go visit them. I have bought two more games as gifts. I highly recommend it.
The "cross of scrabble and jenga" description I've seen a bit is apt (although it reminds me more of Boggle than Scrabble). On a turn the current player will take a letter (usually from a choice of two) and adds it to the tower. Letters must be placed with one hand, and must notch together (ie cannot just be set on top of the tower without be "locked" in). Only the base letter (first one played in a round) can touch the table. If a player causes a letter to fall or otherwise collapses the tower the round ends and that player suffers a score penalty.
The interesting part is when you place a letter you get to score any one word created using that connecting letters (including the new one). The letters used do not have to be in order but do have to be continually connected with no unused letters in between.
Konexi is a great party game. The letters are attractive, very sturdy, and great building blocks. I set them out on the table in preparation to play and my friends and I spent an hour just building while we chatted. The game rules themselves made it even more engrossing when we started "actually" playing.
Add in the educational aspect for younger players working on learning their spelling and Konexi becomes a game that belongs in every gamer's closet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great word game. Vocabulary is not primary. There is a skill aspect to add letters to form the words. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Cyril W Jakubowski
Great fun!! Makes you challenge yourself and it also makes you want to help the other players too.Published 29 days ago by Rachel
Great game! Lots of fun and a new take on word games for sure!
This game is awesome. It's super-duper light, but it's challenging and thinky in a word game kind of way (coming up with words based on available letters). Read morePublished 6 months ago by K. Wiggins
My toddler is obsessed with alphabets so i just let him stack the letters together. He doesn't play like instructions says but likes to stack them. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Silvajuls
Product looked good but didn't work well as the letters were hard to balance without getting knocked over. Poor design.Published 10 months ago by ceci3110
I bought this for a gift for a friend who loves Scrabble. She didn't like this game as well as it only has one of each letter. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lynne Randolph