Combine tiles of identical shapes or colours. But if the rules are simple, victory requires tactical daring and a well thought-out strategy. The goal is to make lines of tiles of the same shape or colour (for example, a line of yellow tiles or a line of square tiles).
Each player starts by drawing 6 tiles at random. You can play as many tiles as you want in a row (1, 2 or even 6 tiles at once). You can pick as many tiles as you need to make sure you always have 6 tiles. With each move, the player scores as many points as there are tiles in the row (for example, if I play the 3rd and 4th tile in a row, I score 4 points). Completing a line of six tiles earns 6 points plus an additional bonus of 6 points (i.e. 12 points!). When a tile completes two lines (one horizontal and one vertical), points are scored in both directions.
Whoever has the most points at the end of the game has won.
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|Primary title||Qwirkle: Édition Spéciale 10e Anniversaire|
|Release Date||October 2020|
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|Size||10.63 x 10.63 x 2.76 inches|
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|Designers||Susan McKinley Ross|
|Type of public||Family|