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Qwirkle Board Game





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award winner
If you like Scrabble® and adore dominoes, you'll love Qwirkle, a game of strategy based on color and shape rather than letters, so both readers and non-readers can play. Winner of both Parents' Choice ® and Mensa awards, it's a game that makes you think, laugh, and applaud. Draw six of the 108 wooden tiles to start, and see how many matches you can make with the designs on the board-the result can be beautiful. For 2-4 players. Winner of Mensa Select. Winner of Parents' Choice Gold.

For ages 6 and up.

• Strategy based on color and shape rather than letters
• Allows readers and non-readers to enjoy
• Includes 108 wooden tiles
• 2-4 players

Award Winner
• Winner of Mensa Select
• Winner of Parents' Choice Gold



Reviewed on: 4/2/2015 11:54:00 AM

This is a well made durable game that is well liked by my five year old grandson. The directions are easy to understand and can be flexible for the young ones.


Whole family loves this game!

Reviewed on: 1/1/2013 12:00:00 AM

This is a fantastic game. Both parents and 5 yr old have played several times now and have loved it!


Great even on the simplest level

Reviewed on: 12/27/2012 12:00:00 AM

We bought this for our (advanced) 4-year-old granddaughter and she loves it. The scoring is almost beyond my comprehension, but she has great fun matching shapes and colors. So, fun even when played at a very basic level, and obviously more strategy and complexity down the road. I would recommend this, even if you think all they can do is match tiles.


Great family game

Reviewed on: 1/3/2012 12:00:00 AM

A fun filled game that the whole family can play. We have other games... but, when everyone wants to play a game, its Qwirkle!!


Great Gift, Was a Big Hit

Reviewed on: 12/27/2011 12:00:00 AM

Got this game for my son-in-law for Christmas. He and my daughter are big board gamers, since they've had a 'No TV' pact since the wedding (yeah, pretty cool). He is also a doctoral candidate in math, and she's an artist. So finding a game that will meet their various standards is a challenge. This one caught my eye for some reason. Do not be fooled by the six and up designation. While a young child can easily catch on to this game, it is colorful and graphic, and is a challenging, mental game as well, and will easily satisfy adults. Fun, easy to learn, and we played three times the first night, and are seriously thinking of buying another set to make the game more elaborate. Figure on about 45 minutes per round. Definitely recommended.