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  1. Review by Clayne B. Robison for Rating: As a mom with 6 kids of different ages, I look for games that my yonuger 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.

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