In QWINTO, all casts benefit all players, but everyone uses it in their own way to complete their own scorecard. In turn, one of the players rolls to choose one, two or three dice. Anyone can then enter the total in a row whose color is identical to that of one of their rolled dice. But be careful to respect the two golden rules: in the rows, the numbers must respect a rising order of value from left to right. And no number should appear twice: neither in the rows, nor in the columns! As soon as a player has completed two rows, the game ends and the points are counted.
A quick and easy game that will require you to weigh each of your decisions!
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|Release Date||August 2017|
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|Size||4.33 x 5.79 x 1.18 inches|
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|Designers||Bernhard LachUwe Rapp|
|Type of public||Family|