Love it for all ages As a mom with 6 kids of different ages, I look for games that my younger ones can play but that don’t make me crazy with boredom (ie CandyLand, Chutes and Ladders) My 4 year old can only make it through 1/2 a game, the end gets too complex for him, but my 7, 10, and 12 year old boys love it, as do my in-laws and everyone else who has played it with us. I like games that only take minute to explain and start playing but that have enough strategy to keep the mind occupied. Also at 30-45 minutes a round, it’s enough of a distraction but doesn’t take hours to play. The game consists of wooden tiles with 6 different shapes and colors and that’s it. Very durable, my 4 year old loves to build Qwirkle castles. I recommend this game. My other favorites are Blokus, Othello and Rummikube, all the same genre, fun, easy to explain and play and yet a challenge.
So happy to find this game I was trying to find a game to play with a client who has dementia and ran across this in an article. After I bought it I tested it out with my kids (25, 24, 19 and 11) and myself (47). We had so much fun!! It is one of those games that can be played at different levels. We started getting quite inventive on where and when to play to maximize our points and block our opponents.I then played with my client. She and I did not keep score. We just made the chains with either shapes or colors and added wherever she first recognized a play. No trying to strategize where to build for future etc. We also played with both of our tiles up so we could talk about the best places to play. She likes this game and actually remembers having played before and wants to play again. The ‘rules’ have to be re-learned but the fun remains.For one more note, we had a group of my daughters friends over and four of us played Quirkle. They were all 19 – 22. That got pretty cutthroat They all want to play again.I HIGHLY recommend this game. I think I’m going to buy a 2nd one so more than 4 can play together (We played with 5 first night and it does work too).
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