|Language:||English, French, Spanish|
|Number of Game Players||4|
|Number of Pieces||108|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||29 October 2015|
|Mfg Recommended age||6 - 60 years|
|Item Model Number||CSG-QWIRKLE|
|Product Dimensions||26.67 x 26.67 x 6.86 cm; 453.59 Grams|
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- 3-4 Players, 60 minute playing time
- Tons of replay value
- New graphics, board and cards
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Qwirkle is as simple as matching colors and shapes, but this game also requires tactical maneuvers and well-planned strategy. Earn points by building rows and columns of blocks that share a common shape or color. Look for opportunities to score big by placing a tile that touches multiple pieces with matching attributes. The player with the most points wins! 108 wooden blocks.
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My partner and I love it so much we bought a second set to combine it to make, “Super Qwirkle” (as we call it).
Amazons price and the free postage here in Australia also made it the cheapest place to get it.
Love, love, love this game 😊
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It seems like with this latest version there has been a change in the manufacturing process for this game. First of all, the bag that is provided for the tiles now sports a logo on it and feels like a cheap, thin material as opposed to the previous quality bag which was thick and logo free. As you will see from my pictures there are several dissapointing aspects to these tiles. I hope for everyone else's sake that this is a anomaly and that in general other sets have no issues with their tiles; I can only share my experience, unfortunately.
I've numbered some issues I've had which the pictures illustrate.
1. The paint on the front of many tiles is chipped, to varying degrees of depth and number of chips, illustrated on the two green tiles shown in the pictures.
2. The paint on the tiles is thin. You can see the black tile through the paint, illustrated by the yellow tile in the pictures.
3. The centering of the printing or painting is off on some of the tiles. In the purple tile picture you can see that the edge of the shape is almost off the front face of the tile, going down the side.
4. Several of the tiles are dented to some degree, some are even damaged to the extent of exposing unpainted wood underneath.
I'll end this review on a positive note:
1. The bag is bigger. My old version has a bag that is barely big enough to hold all of the tiles. This new bag better holds the tiles, with more room to allow for rummaging through the tiles to ensure a random tile is picked.
2. There's no hole in the front of the box. The old box has/had a hole in the front of the box which displayed the wooden tiles. This new version has no hole which is much more pleasing.
Overall the gameplay itself is fantastic. It's a great gateway game and it's easy to learn but there's a lot of depth to it once you get into it. I just hope that nobody else receives such poor tiles as I have in this latest set.
Perfect for reluctant reader but competitive foster kids and partially sighted husband, we can all play this. It's a mixture of scrabble and dominos(ish). Be careful if you look for a"how to play"clip on you-tube, the one we found was very good, but wasn't suitable for the children to listen to!!
Didn't really work well with two players. As a guide, 2 adults and 3 children, we reckon 1 hour for a game, the scores usually are quite close so there's never a winner with a ridiculous number of points.
No breakable pieces (which is very important in this house). I recommend this (the kids are between 6 and 10)
My only gripe is the build quality. The tiles are painted black then the shapes are painted on top. As a result the colours are not as vivid as they could be. Orange and red are quite similar unless you have good lighting and/or eyesight.
A major omission is tile racks. When the tiles are placed vertically and it is hard to see the colours in low lighting or if you have poor eyesight. I made my own and it helped tremendously. At a pinch you can use scrabble tile holders but they are slightly too small.