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- First tile-based game in the Oniverse series
- 4 defender factions helping you with their individual ability
- 3 levels of difficulty training the players for the real challenge coming up
- For players age 10 and up
- For 1 to 2 players
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In the center of the ever-expanding Oniverse stands a castle, but for how long? For it is now under attack! As commander of Castellion, rush to build your castle's defense against the strikes of the polymorphic Menace. Laying one tile after the other, erect towers and build keeps to minimize the damages. Unless you feel like discarding tiles to unleash your own special powers? You need to survive, one way or the other.
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|Item Dimensions||6.38 x 1.88 x 6.38 in||8 x 8 x 2 in||6.3 x 1.8 x 6.3 in||9.2 x 9.2 x 2.8 in||10 x 14 x 3 in||11.51 x 2.73 x 11.51 in|
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The base game goes like this: You start out with three "ordeal" cards, each containing diagrams for geometric shapes that you must build in order to fulfill them. You will draw a tile from the supply, and have the choice of playing it to build your castle, or discarding it, if you can't or don't want to use it. The images on the tiles depict one of three different shapes (square, triangle, circle) in four different suites/colors. The general rules for tile placement are that you can't have two tiles of the same shape adjacent to each other (except the bottom row) and there must be a tile on the row under the placed tile (except the bottom row). The idea is to place the tiles in such a way that you can form the required structures on the ordeal cards (a vertical or horizontal line of four tiles the same color, or a square block of four tiles, etc). Mixed in with the general supply are "traitor" tiles which when drawn are immediately placed on the ordeal card. Once so many of these traitor tiles have been accumulated then you must face the ordeal (show that you have met it's requirements). You must also face the ordeal if you complete your castle (achieve 6 x 6 rows). Failure to pass the ordeals, and you lose the game. Once you've mastered this, there are two more levels of gameplay, plus variants employing the figurine that comes with the game.
So, I have to say that I really like this game. It is easy to learn to play yet challenging enough to keep up your interest. It has the same surreal art as featured in the other Oniverse games. Tiles are an interesting change from cards, although not easy to shuffle. Drawing randomly from a bag is probably simplest. This game uses about half the table space as Sylvion. As to difficulty level, I would put it somewhere between Onirim (easiest) and Sylvion.
My one complaint: the insert. Zman games really dropped the ball on this one. It is about an inch too low. I realize they had to do this to make room for the cardboard punch outs but it really pales in comparison to the two former games in this series. When I have the time I will have to modify it some how. Other than that, I highly recommend this game for all you solo players and fans or Torbey. Enjoy!
The game takes about 15 minutes to play and is great fun
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Very unique gameplay. This is a great game to have when you want to sit down by yourself and play something very unique.
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