HABA Iquazu - an Exciting Game of Majorities for Ages 10+ (Made in Germany)
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.67 x 10.63 x 2.76 inches|
|Number of Game Players||4|
|Item Weight||1.68 Kilograms|
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- Evil Rhujas roaming the land want to capture the gemstones of the Inox. That's why the Inox have selected the hardest to reach and most dangerous place to hide their gemstones.
- Which player will manage to use their cards skillfully and place their color gemstones in the best spots?
- Win the game by scoring points in the interim scoring round with majorities and good spots, and never lose sight of the bonus scoring rounds.
- Contents Include: 1 game board made up of 4 parts, with 5 interchangeable rock strips, 2 point boards, 2 plastic rails, 45 bonus tiles (35 light backs, 10 dark backs), 1 water frame, 8 water strips, 60 cards, 140 gemstones (35 in each of 4 colors), 1 gemstone box, 50 water drops, 1 water box, 1 set of instructions.
- A simple to teach area control game great for children ages 10+ and casual gamers. Suitable for 2-4 players. Playing time: About 50 minutes.
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HABA family games all have one thing in common: they are “game night approved,” meaning that they were tested during several rounds of each game by friends and families ... who gave all the games a big thumbs up. So invite other players over soon, have some drinks and snacks available ... and you're ready to go! Superior strategists and tactical tile placers, quick thinkers and know-it-alls, and lucky devils and good losers are all in demand for a games evening with HABA family games. Something different is important in each game. Almost all family games last between 30 and 45 minutes – enough time for a second round or a different game. This goes especially for the card games, which have the shortest playing time of 15 to 20 minutes.
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1 game board made up of 4 parts, with 5 interchangeable rock strips, 2 point boards, 2 plastic rails, 45 bonus tiles (35 light backs, 10 dark backs), 1 water frame, 8 water strips, 60 cards, 140 gemstones (35 in each of 4 colors), 1 gemstone box, 50 water drops, 1 water box, 1 set of multi-lingual instructions.
- Iquazu incorporates Challenge, Strategy, Simplicity, Luck and Suspense.
The Inox people have been living peacefully in the Land of the Waterfalls for a long time.
But now there is a dangerous threat; evil Rhujas are roaming around the land and want to capture the gemstones of the Inox.
That‘s why the Inox have selected the hardest to reach and most dangerous place to hide their gemstones: the rock wall behind the Iquazú waterfall. Their water dragon Silon blocks the waterfall so that the brave Inox can rappel down the rock wall behind it. They put their gemstones there, out of harm‘s way. The gushing water and the dangerous water snakes at the bottom will stop the Rhujas from getting to the gemstones.
- 2 - 4 Player Game
- Ages 10 - 99
- Plays in about 50 minutes
- Designed by Michael Feldkötter and illustrated by Stephanie Böhm.
Each turn in Iquazú, players either draw four cards or play cards of a single color from their hand to place one of their gems in an empty space on the board the same color as the cards they played.
If you place in the leftmost column, you play only one card, in the second most left column, two cards, and so on. The last player in turn order adds a water droplet to the highest empty spot in the leftmost column after their turn.
Once the leftmost column is full, players earn points based on how many gems they have in this column.
They earn a bonus token if they have the most gems in a horizontal row. Bonus tokens can let you draw cards, ignore the color rule, earn points at the end of the game, and take another turn.
- Slide the waterfall right one column to make new bonuses appear and the leftmost gems disappear.
- Whoever holds the water droplet box passes it right.
- Players continue taking turns until the final column is filled.
- Players collect bonuses for the final time, then added any points collected to their score.
The players use their cards to place their gemstones in the rock.
Iquazú – even the name sounds like pure adventure!
The game's high-quality features and dynamic game area are captivating: Precious stones disappear as if by magic, and new bonus tiles emerge. A must for all adventure fans!
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|Number of Players||2 - 4 players||2 - 5 players||2 - 4 players||2 - 4 players||2 - 5 players||2 - 6 players|
|Playing Time||about 40 minutes||about 30 minutes||about 45 minutes||about 75 minutes||about 30 minutes||about 20 minutes|
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Die Runden sind kurzweilig.
Bei geübten Spielern geht das Spiel auch schon ab 6 Jahren.
ich habe etwas gebraucht, bis ich die Anleitung kapiert habe, habe noch ein Video auf YouTube gefunden, dann ging es leichter.
deshalb würde ich aber immer noch volle Punktzahl geben.