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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 o… see more 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 see less
By Alison on February 2, 2014
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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.
By Mary on January 4, 2014
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It should work fine...if you have a big enough table to spread out on. Enjoy!
By Grammag on November 10, 2013
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6 to 99. It is great for learning patterns, colors, and seeing spatially in all directions.
By Linda L. Lobue on December 3, 2013
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The one I received from Amazon (about two years ago now) has wooden pieces.
By Carmen R. St Jean on December 4, 2013
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The game we ordered came complete and we did not notice any typo's.......great game lots of fun
By Erica Young on January 11, 2014
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2-4 players
By Cory's_Books on October 10, 2013 SELLER
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I would say Othello is more strategic in planning ahead and trying to anticipate possible moves of the opponent, similar to the planning ahead in checkers or chess. Qwirkle is strategic, but you cannot do as much anticipation of future moves by opponents. Your strategic choices of possible moves is more like anticipati… see more I would say Othello is more strategic in planning ahead and trying to anticipate possible moves of the opponent, similar to the planning ahead in checkers or chess. Qwirkle is strategic, but you cannot do as much anticipation of future moves by opponents. Your strategic choices of possible moves is more like anticipating possibilities in dominoes. Also, this involves two types of mathematical reasoning, aligning like colors and different shapes. Qwirkle is more likely to work as a game welcoming opponents of varied age and ability levels playing at the same time. Othello seems more fun to me when opponents are more equally paired. We would not likely play Othello when promoting conversations or visiting, but would play Qwirkle in such social settings. see less
By Melinda in Pennsylvania on March 17, 2015
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They are an inch and a quarter square.
By Jersey Girl on July 19, 2013