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  • Item #: 052269
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.95

    Identical game play to the original version, with 108 tiles and instructions packaged in a handy zippered black travel pouch.

  • Item #: 017835
    ISBN: 9781933054391
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $24.95

    Sure, what could be simpler than matching colors and shapes? True, it's an easy game to learn, but it only becomes more strategic as the game progresses. The game includes 108 black wooden tiles with a variety of colored symbols printed on one side. The idea is to create rows of shapes and rows of colors - without duplicating shapes within the color row or colors within the shape row. Points are received for adding to existing rows or creating new rows. The more tiles you play each turn, the more points you can score - so keep an eye out for the best match. For 2-4 players.

  • Item #: 063487
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.95
    Use the four double-sided game boards and 12 star tokens to play in a whole new way! Play Qwirkle Select, Connect, or mix and match the boards for a combination of the two. Qwirkle tiles and bag sold separately. – Laura
  • Item #: 017672
    Retail: $29.95
    Rainbow Price: $26.96

    Contains 108 wooden tiles, 4 wooden tile racks, a Qwirkle pencil, score pad, and cloth drawstring bag.

  • Item #: 045560
    Retail: $24.95
    Rainbow Price: $14.73

    Similar in some ways to Qwirkle, this easy-to-learn strategy game will leave you wanting to play just one more game. You can play a 2-player game or a 4-player game with two teams. Each player or team sits around the gridded board and decides which player/team will make vertical rows and which will make horizontal rows (the two colored sets of arrows are a nice visual help here!). Each player receives a scoring sheet and draws four white wooden tiles from the draw pile. There is a total of 60 tiles consisting of six different shape tiles and three different action tiles. On each player's turn, they play a shape tile on the board or follow the directions of an action tile, trying to line up as many identical symbols in one row as possible while simultaneously trying to limit their opponent's row-making. Action tiles allow players to swap tiles on the board, play two tiles, or move a tile to another location on the board. As the instructions point out, some of the action tiles are more useful at different points in the game. With its balance of offensive and defensive play, simple rules, and chunky wooden tiles, this is a terrific strategy game for younger children or a low-key option for family night. - Jess