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Two players -- a 7 x 7 gameboard -- seven small, colored disks for each player -- seven metal rings -- seven tokens... One player sets all seven tokens at will on the board. The other player puts one ring on any open space. Both players secretly determine which token "belongs" to them by setting aside the appropriately colored disk.
Now players take turns moving tokens -- either player may move any token! They both try to get their own (secret!) token into the ring. Whoever does this, gets the ring -- as long as the other player didn't select the same token!
Alternatively, if a player thinks he knows which token his opponent selected, he points to it and says, "That's it!" If he's correct, he gets the ring. If not, his opponent gets it instead.
Whoever gets four rings first wins the game. Have fun!
Time: 15 - 25 minutes
Ages: 10 and up
Weight: 243 grams
Language Requirements: Game components are language-independent. Manufacturer's rules are printed in multiple languages (including English).
- 1 board
- 7 colored tokens
- 7 metal rings
- 14 colored disks
Average Rating: 4 in 1 review
This is a cute little abstract 2 player game of bluff and deduction. It comes in a small box, which makes it easy to lug around. And, it packs a decent amount of bluff and deduction as you try to guess which piece your opponent selected as their secret piece, or move your secret piece on the ring, or trick your opponent into moving your secretly selected piece onto the ring. Win 4 rings to win the game.
Not exactly Game of the Year material, but a nice niche game to break out if you have an interest in bluff and deduction. I would rate it closer to 3 1/2 stars, rather than 4. It is a keeper with me, due to its cleverness and small size. For some reason, it reminds me a bit of Heimlich and Company.