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Tag: Strategy

Strategy

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  • Become a restauranteur in a very popular district for Parisians and tourists, space is limited and your fellow players want to be a part of this district too. Win by opening restaurants, expanding these restaurants by building terraces, winning majorities, and completing objectives. It’s not just about the money, you have to have the correct resources in hand to open restaurants that serve certain types of cuisine.

     

    Players: 2 to 4

    Time: 40 minutes

    Age: 10+

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  • 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 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: 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 to place 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 the gemstones. Which player in Iquazú will manage to use their cards skillfully and place their colored gemstones in the best spots?

     

    Players: 2-4

    Time: 50 minutes

    Age: 10+

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  • The bazaar is bustling!

    Marrakesh is a multiple award-winning game where each player takes the role of a salesperson who tries to outwit the others. On their turn, each player rolls the dice and then moves Assam, the market organizer. If Assam stops on an opponent’s rug, the player must make a payment to its owner before putting one of their own rugs on an adjacent space. When the last rug has been uggled, the total number of visible rugs and the number one by the salesperson are added up. Marrakesh provides an interesting challenge for lovers of strategy games.

     

    Players: 2-4

    Time: 20 to 30 minutes

    Age: 8+

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  • Nidavellir, the Dwarf Kingdom, is threatened by the dragon Fafnir. As a venerable Elvaland, you have been appointed by the King to search through every tavern in the kingdom, hire the most skillful dwarves, recruit the most prestigious heroes, and build the best battalion you can to defeat your mortal enemy!

     

    Players: 2 to 5

    Time: 45 minutes

    Age: 10+

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  • Simple rules, quick rounds and rather subtle tactics: Pylos is one of the strangest yet most beautiful abstract games on the market today, and winner of several “Game of the Year” awards around the world. The object is to save your marbles so that you can be the one to place a marble at the very top of the pyramid. Pylos is irresistibly attractive as both a game and a decorative object.

     

    Players: 2

    Time: 15 minutes

    Age: 8+

     

    Educational Resources:

    Gigamic makes educational resources for Pylos. Download them here.

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  • A pure abstraction.

    On your turn, you will place a piece on an empty space of the board, respecting one single rule: You are not allowed to place a shape in a row, column, or region in which your opponent has a piece of the same shape. The first player to place the fourth different shape in a row, column, or region wins the game. With Quantik, a single rule is enough to challenge your logic and tactics.

     

    Players: 2

    Time: 20 minutes

    Age: 8+

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  • Each of the 16 pieces has 4 different attributes. The aim is to line up 4 pieces which share the same attribute. The problem is you can’t choose which piece you’re going to play your opponent chooses for you.

     

    Players: 2

    Time: 15 minutes

    Age: 8+

     

    Educational Resources:

    Gigamic makes educational resources for Quarto. Download them here.

     

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  • Quixo is a simple but not simplistic game, whose rules can be learned in just thirty seconds. Anyone can play! Line up 5 cubes in a row, pushing your lines of cubes horizontally or vertically. This is one of the few strategic games that can be played by 2 or 4 players (in teams). Quixo has been recognized as one of the best games in both France and North America.

     

    Players: 2 to 4

    Time: 15 minutes

    Age: 8+

     

    Educational Resources:

    Gigamic makes educational resources for Quixo. Download them here.

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  • Help your pet be the first to reach its treat! Place bushy barriers to slow your opponents and your best to avoid being blocked!

     

    It’s all-you-can-eat carrots for our bunny friend, and there is milk a-waiting for the cute kitty… all they have to do is cross to the other side of the field to binge on it. Oh no! Bushes appear and block their way, and now they have to be smart and find the shortest path to their food! On their turn, players make one of two choices: they can either move their animal character, or cleverly place a bush to slow down the other. Who will get out of the maze first?

     

    This is a basic abstract strategy game that can help teach your children more complex games by starting with an easier board and theme.

     

    Players: 2 to 4

    Time: 20 minutes

    Age: 4+

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  • Can you name a carnivore with 4 feet which lives on the land? Throw the special dice and be first to find the animal with the features shown: environment, food, and number of feet. Thanks to the different dificulty levels, the game is suitable for all ages. Specific is not only an educational game – it’s also fun and lively!

     

    Players: 2 to 10

    Time: 20 minutes

    Age: 5 to 9

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  • The latest addition to Gigamic’s modern classics of abstract strategy. Move four of your five pieces across the board and back to start. Be careful; blocking your opponent can not only get your piece sent back to the side it started from, but potentially give your opponent bonus movement as well!

     

    Players: 2

    Time: 10 minutes

    Age: 8+

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  • Triolet is a game of numbers where the goal is to score as many points as possible each round by placing one, two, or three tiles on the same line totaling no more than 15 points.

     

    Calculate well, utilize the numbers on the board, and place your tiles on the bonus squares to score more points! Triolet tests your skills of observation and mental calculation. Players of all ages can enjoy it, so it is perfect for the whole family.

     

    Players: 2 to 4

    Time: 30 minutes

    Age: 8+

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