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Product Awards:  
Games Magazine Awards
Best Puzzle Runner-Up, 2002

Play Time Players
15 minutes 1

Designer(s): Joli Quentin Kansil

Manufacturer(s): Xanadu Leisure

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Product Description

Indochine-2000 is the first game of the many invented and marketed by Joli Quentin Kansil that is solely for one player. The game is based on the popular solitaire card game, Klondike, but it incorporates many fresh innovations.

Deluxe wooden tiles instead of cards are used, and there are 81 of them: 6 suits of 13 tiles each, plus 3 jokers. The two additional suits are Wheels and Anchors and both are green. There is a lot more action and decision-making in the play of Indochine-2000 than in other solitaire games. Moreover, there is a scoring table so that the player can attempt to reach the maximum points in one game, which is 2000.

All Indochine-2000 games have been manufactured in Thailand by Thai Wooden Games, a company that makes many games and puzzles, including Mah Jongg sets distributed world-wide. The rules are in color, as is the strategy section written by Tom Braunlich, games expert and author.

Indochine-2000 is easy to play! If you play standard Solitaire, you will have no difficulty. This game is destined to be a classic, like many of the other popular games of Joli Quentin Kansil -- notably Bridgette, Zig-Zag, Marrakesh, Krakatoa, Itinerary, Quinx, and Knock-on-Word.

The game's tiles are of extremely high quality, made in Thailand from rubber tree wood and hand-painted there. The handsome box is made from lush raintree wood and is felt-lined. Each tile is the size of a Mah Jongg tile and has the same half-inch thickness! The box, and tiles inside, are so beautiful that the set is a fabulous addition to any coffee table - and a great conversation piece! Each Indochine-2000 game is really solid, with a weight of over two pounds. Also included in each set are rules, strategy and scorecard in color, plus score sheets.

Product Awards

Games Magazine Awards
Best Puzzle Runner-Up, 2002

Product Information

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 5 in 5 reviews

by A Gamer
Highly addictive
September 23, 2005

Yes, the price tag is steep, but this solitaire game is so beautifully made and the tweaks so inventive and fun that it's worth the extra dollars. The game includes three colors instead of red, and jokers add a whole other level to the strategy. As for the construction, it's elegantly designed with all wood pieces and wood tiles, and looks like something that will last forever. This is definitely worth checking out.

Finally a solitaire game worth playing
December 26, 2001

Solitaire is usually dull and not worth the time. Indochine is something else altogether. It is a strategic challenge and is addictive as well. The designer of Marrakesh and Bridgette has once again produced a classic game. The components are of heirloom quality.

The play presents constant decision-making options. The scoring system is actually a built-in strategic element of the game. It is simply the kind of game you want to play again and again, and you do unless someone else in the family gets to the game before you. It is worth the money and worth the time--a great game in a great package.

Absorbing, frustrating, strategic masterpiece. A New Classic
December 24, 2001

Don't let the price tag drive you to a German game with counters. This solitaire game tempts you to keep the Aces on the table and to still be in a position to win before the stock runs out. Constant, nailbiting decisions are a must. It's well produced and has very smooth gameplay. You'll be fighting the early morning hours trying for the elusive 2000 score.

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