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  1. Pünct

    Pünct

    €27.49

    PÜNCT, the fifth released game by design in project GIPF, is a connection game.
    The goal is to connect two opposite sides of the board. A player's turn consists of either bringing a new piece into play or moving one already on the board.

    This game is part of project GIPF.
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  2. Lyngk

    Lyngk

    €27.49

    LYNGK is a synthesis of the first six games of the GIPF Project.

    The game is played with 48 pieces in six colors. At the start of play, all colors are neutral and do not belong to any player. During the course of the game, both players must choose two colors. The goal is to make piles of five pieces of different colors whose top color is their own. Whoever has clever tactics, plans for the future, and uses the possibility of multiple moves on stones of their own color will ultimately win with a majority of the 5-stacks.
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  3. Dvonn

    Dvonn

    €27.49

    DVONN is played on an elongated hexagonal board, with 23 white, 23 black and 3 red DVONN-pieces. In the beginning the board is empty. The players place the pieces on empty spaces of the board, without restrictions. They place the DVONN-pieces first and their own pieces next. Then they start stacking pieces on top of each other. A single piece may be moved 1 space in any direction, a stack of two pieces may be moved two spaces, etc. A stack must always be moved as a whole and a move must always end on top of another piece or stack. If pieces or stacks lose contact with the DVONN-pieces, they must be removed from the board. The game ends when no more moves can be made. The players put the stacks they control on top of each other and the one with the highest stack is the winner.

    This game is part of project GIPF.
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  4. Zèrtz

    Zèrtz

    €27.49

    In ZÈRTZ, the third addition to the GIPF Project, players compete to acquire sets of multi-colored balls. This is mostly accomplished by jumping one ball over one or more others, Checkers-style, on a hex board. A player's turn consists of either jumping (which can be forced) or placing any color ball on the board and removing an empty space from the edge of the board. In this manner, the play space continually shrinks, giving the endgame an almost claustrophobic feel. Learn More
  5. Tzaar

    Tzaar

    €27.49

    TZAAR is a game about making choices. Both players have 30 pieces, divided in three types: 6 Tzaars, 9 Tzarras and 15 Totts. The three types of pieces form a trinity: They cannot exist without each other. The aim is either to make the opponent run out of one of the three types of pieces or to put him in a position in which he cannot capture anymore. The tricky question the players will have to ask themselves on each of their turns is: “Shall I make myself stronger or my opponent weaker?” Meaning: Will you capture an opponent’s piece and make him weaker, or will you jump on top of one of your own pieces and make yourself stronger? If you choose to jump on top of your own pieces too often, you will probably leave your opponent with too many pieces on the board. On the other hand, if you capture too often, you may end up with pieces that are not strong enough at the end of the game. What to do? Up to you to decide!

    TZAAR is the most recent game in project GIPF, replacing TAMSK which was felt to not quite fit in with the others due to its use of sand timers.
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  6. Block it - Damaged

    Block it - Damaged

    Regular Price: €13.95

    Special Price: €11.95

    Block It! is een leuk tactisch spel voor jong en oud. Daag je vader of oma uit! De regels zijn eenvoudig, maar het is lastig om te winnen.

    Bij Block It! gaat het er om jouw drie blokjes op het speelbord te krijgen. Dit doe je door de kaartjes op het bord te draaien of te verwisselen. Elke keer dat je een vierkant in jouw kleur maakt, mag je er een blokje op zetten. Dit is jouw eerste punt. Lukt het jou drie blokjes te plaatsen, dan win je! Maar je hebt ook nog een speciale dobbelsteen bij Block It! die aangeeft hoe je mag draaien. Dus kies jij de juiste kaartjes en verwissel jij de goede kaartjes, dan mag jij als eerste roepen: BLOCK IT!

    Block It! kan ook heel goed alleen gespeeld worden. Dan gebruik je geen dobbelsteen. Er zijn meer varianten mogelijk. Je moet bijvoorbeeld proberen binnen een vastgesteld aantal zetten (bijvoorbeeld 20) zoveel mogelijk blokjes te plaatsen. Om het extra spannend te maken kun je nog een beperkte denktijd bepalen Learn More
  7. Qwirkle playmat Connect

    Qwirkle playmat Connect

    €13.99

    While Qwirkle is as simple as matching colors and shapes, it is a game that also requires tactical maneuvers and well-planned strategy. The game consists of 108 wooden blocks with six different shapes in six colors. Using the blocks, players attempt to score the most points by building lines that share a common attribute - either color or shape. Qwirkle is a quick game to learn, but you'll soon discover that you'll need to think strategically in order to score the most points. Learn More
  8. Brains

    Brains

    €11.49

    Solitair puzzelspel met 5 moeilijkheidsgradaties

    Breek je hersens op de puzzels uit Brains!

    In de versie Japanse tuinen bouw je steeds een Japanse tuin, die aan verschillende voorwaarden moet voldoen. Leg kaarten zo aan elkaar dat wegen op elkaar aansluiten en bepaalde symbolen met elkaar worden verbonden. Bij de eerste opgave is dat nog snel te doen, maar ze worden rap moeilijker!

    Brains garandeert urenlang puzzelplezier! Learn More
  9. Robot Turtles

    Robot Turtles

    €24.95

    Robot Turtles is a board game for kids ages 3-8. Kids won't know it, but while they're playing, they're learning the fundamentals of programming.

    Every player ("Turtle Master") takes a turtle and a matching deck of cards. Stack the cards face up on the table in piles, then build a maze for each player out of walls and a jewel. The youngest turtle master goes first, placing his first card down, then moving (or having his parent move) the turtle accordingly. As players progress, they build their program on the table; if they make a mistake, they can shout "Undo!" and debug it.

    Before too long, kids figure out the secret of Robot Turtles: It lets the kids control the grown-ups! The little programmers put instruction cards down, driving the turtles through the maze, but the grown-up is the computer, executing commands on the board. At its heart, Robot Turtles is a game about bossing around adults, just like programming is about bossing around computers.
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  10. Kerala: Der Weg der Elefanten (German edition)

    Kerala: Der Weg der Elefanten (German edition)

    €31.49

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    Welcome to the elephant festival in the Indian province of Kerala! Colorfully decorated elephants roam everywhere, and naturally players want to participate and make the most magnificent fairground with as many elephants as possible.

    In Kerala: Der Weg der Elefanten, each player wants to take at least one tile of each color, and all tiles of one color should be joined together, but of course the players are constantly getting in the way of one another and grabbing the tiles that someone else wants.
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