CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
MindWare Qwirkle Cubes
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- Qwirkle Cubes plays very much like the original version, however you can roll and re-roll your dice to get the shapes you want.
- Everyone plays open-handed, so you can better judge your opponent's future moves.
- Simply create rows and columns of matching colors or shapes to score most points.
- It includes 90 wooden tiles, drawstring bag and instructions.
- This Qwirkle game requires no reading making it truly a game the entire family can play.
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Qwirkle Cubes comes in a Qwirkle Cubes box that is cleverly cube-like. Open the cleverly cube-like box and you find a sturdy cloth drawstring bag, under which are packaged 90 wooden cubes. You release the cubes from their plastic wrappedness, allowing them to cascade onto the table and make a pleasingly muted woodish sound. You fondle them, because they, in their lovingly polished one-inch, wooden, dice-like way, almost beg you to do so. You roll them, observing how each die has a different shape on each face, all of the same color. And, further, how there are six different colors of dice. And then you place all 90 of these smoothly finished colorful cubes into the bag, as instructed.
You are now ready to play. So you, and another, or perhaps 2 or 3 others, take turns extracting 6 dice from the bag. You place those dice in front of you. Perhaps you give them one more roll, just to celebrate the randomness of it all. And so the game begins.
You all look at your dice. Do you notice perhaps a pattern? Are some of your dice of the same color, and each of those dice showing a different shape? Are more of your dice all showing the same shape, and each a different color? Whoever has the longest of either of the aforementioned goes first.Read more ›
I had difficulty rating this game, because I really do like the game, but not the way it was made. Wood is a fine material for many things, but it makes washing a board game difficult and can damage it. So, wood games appear to wear out faster for me, even though I make everyone wash their hands before playing them. I wish they'd used the same material used to make regular dice. Also, while I get that the box is made to look like a cube, it just makes it harder to store with my other games and transport to board game clubs. It's always the odd duck that doesn't fit and I have to put it on top of everything else.
All that being said, I could still give this game a 4/5 if it weren't for the decals they put on the cubes. Instead of using etchings, stickers, durable paint, or any number of options that would last a long time, they chose decals. After one game (and not washing or even wiping the cubes) I've already had decals peal away. As a result, it's difficult to tell what the symbols are.
I've decided that while I like the game, I don't like the materials so much that I'm not going to play the game with the cubes they provide. I'm going to buy a bunch of black dice with white pips and color 15 of each in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. Then I'll play the game with colored dice using pips and colors instead of shapes and colors. It's worth the extra durability to me. I can also buy 100 black dice for less than the cost of the game. But, it's not a total loss. I have the printed instructions from the game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I struggle with low vision. This was a waste of money. For some foolish reason I understood the cubes would be the same size at the tiles. WRONG!!!! Read morePublished 6 days ago by James Sherwood
A great game. My son and family arrived last week for a visit and we started by playing the regular version of Qwirkle (which I was not familiar with). Read morePublished 7 days ago by CESDewar
We love Quirkle so much that I thought this would be a fun change of pace. It seemed as if the basic play is the same as Quirkle but the twist is that you toss the cube so can use... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan
I have Quirkle and now the Quirkle cubes, love both. The cube one is a bit shorter but a bit more challenging. Love it!!Published 2 months ago by Mary K. Sither