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Gobblet!
 
Store:  2-Player Games, Family Games
Series:  Gobblet!
Genre:  Abstract Strategy
Format:  Board Games

Gobblet!


List Price: $29.99
Your Price: $26.99
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(Worth 2,699 Funagain Points!)

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Ages Play Time Players
7+ 5-20 minutes 2

Designer(s): Thierry Denoual

Manufacturer(s): Blue Orange Games

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Product Description

Take turns placing pieces on the board. You can gobble up your opponent's smaller pieces. The first player to line up 4 pieces in a row wins!

Product Information

Contents:

  • 1 wooden box
  • 1 wooden board
  • 24 wooden pieces
  • illustrated rules

Product Reviews

 
 
 
 
 

Average Rating: 4.1 in 5 reviews


 
 
 
 
 
by Molly B
Elegant strategy game
February 20, 2006
The rules of game are simple enough for a 6 year old to play, but the strategy is challenging enough to keep adults coming back again and again. My family selects this game frequently... play is quick, but intense. A great choice for strategy lovers.
 
 
 
 
 
by Pj
Curvy wooden pieces and aching synapses
November 25, 2003

Don't play this game with really smart people or 10-year-olds! Otherwise, you'll have a great time.

This is one of those few 'just one more' games that will keep you and your family taking turns trying to best one another. And even if you lose, it's a blast thinking through this multi-dimensional tic-tac-toe on steroids.

Beautifully-produced wooden pieces/board/storage box only adds to the appeal. Fun for all ages, but no matter how sound your strategy, a 10-year-old always seems to be holding the killer piece.

 
 
 
 
 
A tic-tac-toe worth playing
September 11, 2003

This is a clever twist to the tic-tac-toe theme. Three sizes of pieces nest inside each other, so you can move to an empty space, or cover a smaller piece (your own or you opponant's). As the game moves on, you'll need to remember what you're covering, as moving one piece will reveal another. It's trickier than it sounds, and makes for a game more challanging and memory-intensive than you'd expect. Do follow the 'you touched it, you have to move it' rule though.


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