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- Extremely high quality components
- One of the best family games ever conceived
- Game is for 2-6 players, age 7 and up
- Simple to play, but challenging to master
- Teaches children strategic thinking skills
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Such games are fun only if some elements of strategy become clear to the average player after one or two games. If a new player does not perceive what strategies are available, they quickly get bored and the game gathers dust.
The Exago rule booklet has a small Strategies section, but the section seems inadequate to me. The Strategies section should better explain how a good player beats a weaker player.
In the 2-player version, both players are trying for 5 of their tiles in a straight line. The *obvious* strategies are [A] get 4 in a row with open cells on each end, [B] block your opponent's growing straight line of tiles with one of your tiles, [C] try to suddenly connect two of your non-parallel short lines at a vortex (intersection cell), to suddenly have two threatening lines.
The trouble with these strategies is they are obvious. If this is all both players understand, the game meanders and little thought is needed, little tension is built, players just want the game to end. But...
...Exago would make a better first impression if it explained better the strategies relating to *islands*.
In the games early turns, each new tile is added to the board. Tiles must be placed in a cell that shares a border with another occupied cell. In later turns each player moves or relocates a tile from one cell to another. The vacated cell might create two islands of tile-bunches; and the smaller island pieces are removed from the board. Those removed tiles are eventually returned to the board.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Such fun game for all ages. All my kids ages 8, 11, 13, & 15 enjoy playing. So simple and so complex at the same time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mommyoffour4
This was a gift for a friend and his kids love it. It is easy to learn and made well.Published 19 months ago by Kevin Ess