Aesthetic model, its design makes it a permanent decorative object. Winner of the Game of the Year in Italy and the U.S.A., Pylos imposes a new principle, simple but brilliant, in the field of strategy: a very rich game, with many subtleties.
The two players each receive 15 balls which they must place in turn on the board, in the shape of a pyramid. Two simple principles make it possible to save balls: move a ball already played, by mounting it on one or more levels, make a square to its color, which allows you to take two balls back on the board.
The one who saves the most balls wins the game by placing the last one at the top of the pyramid.
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|Release Date||October 2014|
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|Languages||German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese|
|Size||11.02 x 11.02 x 2.36 inches|
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|Designers||David G. Royffe|
|Type of public||Family|