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2-4 Players
Best of 2 players

15 Min
Playing time

Age: 6+
Minimum age


(Good - usually willing to play.)

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This game combines a very original movement system and a very simple game principle, which earned it among other things the Oscar du Jouet in France. The 25 cubes are prisoners of the board: each cube has 4 neutral faces, one face marked with a cross, one face marked with a circle. At the beginning, the cubes are arranged on neutral upper sides.

Each in turn: grabs a neutral cube on the periphery of the board or at its mark (cross or round), replaces it with its mark on the upper side, by pushing on an incomplete row (push - push principle), the winner is the first one who creates a line of 5 cubes at his mark.

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Primary titleQuixo
Year published2014
Release DateOctober 2014
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LanguagesGerman, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch
Product CodeGCQI
EAN Code3421271300823
Weight2.45 lbs
Size11.02 x 11.02 x 2.36 inches
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DesignersThierry Chapeau
Type of publicFamily